Welcome to Vitro Software's company updates and news. You will find articles about the eHealth events we are attending, digital health, company updates, client updates and more.
South Pacific Private, Australia’s leading treatment centre for addiction, trauma and mental health conditions has implemented Vitro Elements, Vitro Software’s specialist Mental Health Digital Medical Record. The four-month implementation meant that staff and patients benefitted quickly, with patient clinical information being captured digitally at the patient’s side. “We chose Vitro Software’s Mental Health solution because it enabled us to move to a fully digital environment quickly and safely,” says Amy Orsatti, Quality/Systems/Research Manager. “Moving from paper to Vitro’s Mental Health Digital Medical Record was an easy process – it is a familiar, intuitive system that required less than two hours training for our clinicians..."
Categories: News, Australia & Asia-Pacific, In the News, Media Releases
Tags: Clients, Media & In the News, Digital Health Record, Mental Health
Vitro Software, a specialist provider of Digital Medical Records (DMRs) for hospitals and healthcare organisations, announce the availability of its platform on the Microsoft Azure Marketplace. The Marketplace is an online store providing applications and services for use on Azure.
Vitro Software CEO, Dave Nash says, "The ability to integrate our platform via Microsoft Azure opens up a simple way for hospitals and healthcare organisations to gain access to Vitro's Digital Medical Record. The Microsoft Azure platform provides its customers with solutions that are easier to access, and we are thrilled to now be available on the Marketplace. The Vitro Digital Medical Record facilitates digital transformation in hospitals & healthcare organisations, resulting in cost and time savings and operational efficiencies."
Categories: News, Ireland & Europe, Australia & Asia-Pacific
Tags: Microsoft, Cloud Hosting, Azure
We take great pleasure in announcing a new branch in Christchurch, New Zealand, opening in June 2021. The support branch is led by a highly-experienced Vitro engineer who is native to Christchurch and returning to New Zealand to lead the team there following several years in Vitro Software's Dublin office. Our branch will significantly bolster our engineering and support function in the region, doubling the operational capacity and hugely benefit our clients in Australia and New Zealand. We look forward to introducing you to the team in the coming months.
Vitro Software CEO, Dave Nash says, “We are delighted to be opening a branch in New Zealand. This is an exciting time for us as we further increase our support for clients in the region. We look forward to having a team in New Zealand to complement our long-established Sydney office and continued growth."
Categories: News, Australia & Asia-Pacific
Tags: Office Opening
We are delighted to welcome our latest client South Pacific Private Hospital to Vitro Software. Their highly regarded Hospital, located on Sydney’s Northern Beaches, is an acute care psychiatric hospital that offers treatment programs for people impacted by addiction and mental illness, including depression and anxiety. South Pacific Private offers both inpatient and day programs delivered by a multidisciplinary team of psychiatrists, therapists and medical staff. South Pacific Private Hospital will use Vitro’s Digital Medical Record to manage clinical documentation for their patients, optimising the patient experience and improving efficiencies.
Tags: Clients, Mental Health
Vitro Software has extended its Breast Screening Digital Medical Record to now offer an end-to-end solution for Breast Screening organisations. In addition to the management of clinical information during the assessment process, the Vitro Digital Medical Record now includes client administration functionality and clinical management of the screening process. The Vitro Breast Screening solution can manage the entire screening process, from initial invitation to screening appointments, scheduling, client communications & reminders, follow up appointments and the management of the client's clinical documentation from start to finish. Vitro's end-to-end solution will help Breast Screening organisations eliminate paper, save time, reduce administrative workload including duplication of data entry, optimise client throughput and provide an improved service to their clients.
Categories: News, Ireland & Europe, Australia & Asia-Pacific, Media Releases
Tags: Breast Screening, Breast Care
Pulse+IT writes about Bruce Pedersen's (MD of specialist healthcare and digital health consultancy The Checkley Group) regular update on the state of the EMR nation at the Australasian Institute of Digital Health's summit 2020 in Sydney. Among other things Bruce talks about the states with the largest growth in electronic medical record adoption over the last two years and EMRs in the private sector...
Categories: News, Australia & Asia-Pacific, In the News
Tags: Media & In the News
BreastScreen Victoria (BSV), the Victorian Government’s breast cancer screening program, went live with Vitro Software’s specialised Breast Screening Digital Medical Record (DMR). Staff at St Vincent’s BreastScreen, located at St Vincent’s Hospital, Melbourne have now moved away from paper records and physical whiteboards. Staff now manage all client records digitally. They can track a client’s assessment journey directly from their workstations using a fully digitised Client Journey Board. The Journey Board colour-codes the client status in real time assisting staff to track client progress through the assessment clinic, creating operational efficiencies for BSV and providing clients with an improved experience...
Categories: News, Ireland & Europe, Australia & Asia-Pacific, In the News, Media Releases
Tags: Patient Care, Clinical Administration, Breast Screening, Clinicians
We continually improve the clinician experience in Vitro, as we now include advanced Voice Enablement in our Digital Medical Record with features such as Voice Control, Speech to Text & Notes Templating. Voice enablement saves a tremendous amount of time on administration, while a clinician might typically type 40 words per minute or less, they speak over 120 words per minute. Voice commands are at the user's own pace; there is no requirement to wait for the text to appear on screen. In addition to reducing the time take to complete notes, through the templating functionality, Vitro Voice encourages more complete & consistent notetaking, improving overall quality & making clinical coding easier.
Categories: Ireland & Europe, Australia & Asia-Pacific, In the News, Media Releases
Tags: Patient Care, Clinical Administration, Clinicians
At Vitro Software we undergo regular audits for the internationally recognised ISO 9001:2015 standard by an independent certification company. This is to ensure our quality management system is operating at its best. Our QMS acts as a framework to ensure we deliver the best possible service to our clients, so we are delighted when we receive independent validation of our systems. As 2020 has been the year of going virtual, our team and the independent auditors worked together this year to remotely go through the auditing process, and we are delighted to receive certification until 2023.
Tags: Quality in Healthcare, ISO
Vitro Software has included a new Remote Patient Management (RPM) and telemedicine module to its Digital Medical Record in partnership with myPatientSpace, offering patients ongoing clinician led care from the comfort and protection of their own homes, an increasingly important functionality for vulnerable patients in pandemic times.
Both patients and hospitals will benefit from the remote management, as non-critical hospital visits can be avoided and social distancing compliance will be easier, particularly in hospitals with reduced capacity due to COVID-19 restrictions. And it is expected that many patients’ recovery journeys can improve, empowering patients and with the added benefit of less travel required for their appointments.
Categories: Australia & Asia-Pacific, In the News, Media Releases
Tags: Patient Care, Remote Patient Management, Telemedicine, Patient Empowerment