Wireless Technologies in our HospitalsBSc(Hons) Information Technology Top Up (Part Time)Presentation By : GUNPUTH Gulshan (1102191)LEGALLANT Dony (1102193)BOCUS Iqbal (1102196)DAC3202 – Current Trends in IT
Our Agenda• Mauritius Health Care Delivery Framework• Complexity of care delivery• Public v/s Private• Our Solutions using Wireless• The Challenges
Mauritius Health Care Delivery Framework(Public Sector)Three levels of Health Care Delivery Framework inMauritius: Primary Secondary TertiaryFact:856 doctors, 3,000 nurses, about 56 dentists and 22pharmacistsFree
Mauritius Health Care Delivery Framework(Private Sector)30% Market ShareFact14 private clinics (600 beds)31 private medical544 doctors () and 291 private pharmacists.In a year, 77,000 admissions for in-patient treatment,undertakes about 30,000 surgical operations and deliversover 2,500 babies.
Principal Pain Areas in Public Sector• high volume of paper• medical record getting lost• No integration of different departments• inventory of drugsWaiting timeNo integration of Patient History dataData gathered manually collected, stored andretrievedpiecemeal way
Designing the Future StateThe new paradigmthats needed forhospital management
National e-Health Project 2015E-health project (target Year 2015)AdvantagesCentralized dataMedical history at handElectronic health cards.
Future improve in the E-Health ProjectWireless Technologies=Pervasive HealthCare