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Reduction operation cost in Hospital by using Electronic Order Entry & Results Reporting System – 32% lesser cost
January 18, 2010, 7:10 am
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Due to the change from paper-based
to electronic order entry and results
reporting between wards and outpatient
departments on the one hand, and with
the laboratory or radiology department
on the other hand, the four hospitals
achieved an average reduction of process
costs of 32%. The use of order entry
modules mainly led to staff spending less
time on phone calls and the transport of
order documents and results.

Cost Benefit (ROI) Study of Clinical Information System (CIS) & Hospital Information System (HIS) , Kronberg, Taunus, germany | June 2006 by Accenture

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