eForms in Community Nursing and
Allied Health
Pilot brought to you by:

Community Nursing and Allied Health @ Hutt Valley ...
What if all records and patient interactions
went Paperless?
AMS mobile forms &
App are helping to
achieve this
What are we doing?
• Transforming the way our District Nurses and
Occupational Therapists work by using tablet
and electro...
Why are we doing this?
•
•
•
•
•
•

To improve the quality of patient assessments
Using technology as an enabler
Minimise ...
The idea
•
•
•
•
•
•

Meeting with vendor (Gen-i)
Discussion of idea(s) – client (Hutt Valley DHB)
Mutually beneficial pro...
The workshop(s)
•
•
•
•
•

Clinical engagement with vendor facilitation
Clinician empowerment to affect change
Critical pr...
Printed Document

On Device
Printed Document

On Device
Printed Document

On Device
Outpatient Feedback
Key product Lists and
Assessors feed into
forms
Mark wounds
Patient & Assessor
signatures on
device
Supplier Equipments lists and form entry
with ability to directly email from the device
Tablets are Evolving to be used as Efficient Medical Tools

iPad, and Tablets Increase Provider Efficiency & Decrease Cost...
Special thanks to

Susan Philps – gen-i
Rory Faughnan – gen-i
Ruth Bruce – AMS Kinross
Margaret Woodcock – Nurse Manager
B...
eForms in Community Nursing and Allied Health
eForms in Community Nursing and Allied Health
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Executive Director Allied Health, Scientific and Technical, Wairarapa and Hutt Valley District Health Boards

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eForms in Community Nursing and Allied Health

  1. 1. eForms in Community Nursing and Allied Health Pilot brought to you by: Community Nursing and Allied Health @ Hutt Valley DHB &
  2. 2. What if all records and patient interactions went Paperless?
  3. 3. AMS mobile forms & App are helping to achieve this
  4. 4. What are we doing? • Transforming the way our District Nurses and Occupational Therapists work by using tablet and electronic form technology. • Reviewing the findings of a live trial of tablets and electronic forms deployed in community health at Hutt Valley DHB and how this impacted patient care
  5. 5. Why are we doing this? • • • • • • To improve the quality of patient assessments Using technology as an enabler Minimise duplication of effort More productive, mobile workforce To minimise or reduce cost To enhance patient privacy and protection of information
  6. 6. The idea • • • • • • Meeting with vendor (Gen-i) Discussion of idea(s) – client (Hutt Valley DHB) Mutually beneficial projects targeted Key enablers to test the theory discussed Discussion between clinical staff and vendor Vendor leverages off suppliers (i.e Samsung and AMS) • Innovation without compromising financials
  7. 7. The workshop(s) • • • • • Clinical engagement with vendor facilitation Clinician empowerment to affect change Critical process to engage staff in the design Clinical staff ownership over the pilot Design of various templates
  8. 8. Printed Document On Device
  9. 9. Printed Document On Device
  10. 10. Printed Document On Device
  11. 11. Outpatient Feedback
  12. 12. Key product Lists and Assessors feed into forms
  13. 13. Mark wounds
  14. 14. Patient & Assessor signatures on device
  15. 15. Supplier Equipments lists and form entry with ability to directly email from the device
  16. 16. Tablets are Evolving to be used as Efficient Medical Tools iPad, and Tablets Increase Provider Efficiency & Decrease Costs
  17. 17. Special thanks to Susan Philps – gen-i Rory Faughnan – gen-i Ruth Bruce – AMS Kinross Margaret Woodcock – Nurse Manager Bernadine Coddington - ACNM Alice Dwyer – Community OT Megan Dicker – Community OT Tina Ririnui – Director Clinical Support Services

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