With the implementation of INSIGHT in the Emergency Department a Danish hospital analyzed and evaluated the installation over the course of 19 months from June 2009 to January 2011. The results showed an increase in department efficiency of 19%. This was due to an increase in the number of patients by 7,03%, and a decrease in number of employees by 9,3%. Consequently, the number of patients per staff rose from 185 to 218 per year. In addition, 6.400 working hours per year were saved among hospital doctors and nurses who also experienced a number of benefits, such as increased patient safety, better overviews, reduced stress level, fewer disturbances, fewer phone calls, better data and easier location of colleagues.
Through integration of robotics and automation our system, which stores sterilized surgical equipment as it exits the autoclaves, has allowed the hospital to significantly reduce unintended incidents as well as staff, making the sterile storage facility much more efficient. The flexibility is second-to-none. Surgeons can order urgent deliveries to take advantage of unforeseen surplus capacity in the surgical wards, or if an operation requires surgical equipment aside from standard equipment ordered during the operation planning phase. Unscheduled orders are priority processed and delivered at an exit bay 45 seconds after order on local work station. Thus, operations may proceed seamlessly regardless of the obstacles encountered along the way, and that operating theatre capacity can be fully exploited at all times.
"With Goloo's disposable bedpans it is possible to improve the patient's quality of life and break the routes of infection much earlier than with the traditional bedpans. Therefore, we only use disposable bedpans in our teaching."
"Here at Daghospitalet we are very happy about the new solution and I've asked a few people and they are also very positive! It is easier to collect faeces from the toilet now ... without the use of paper plates, etc." Lene Neergaard Ass. Ward Gastrointestinal Unit, Herlev Hospital.
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"I would like to express my sincere thanks for the high quality of the visit to Denmark. The Danish examples show us that it is possible to reconcile modernity and humanism by using a patient-centered approach." - Jean Marie Barbot, Président de l'ADRHESS, France - "We had a really productive time whilst in Denmark. The group learned a lot due to the brilliant organisation by Healthcare DENMARK. The experience and the content of the program were really appreciated by everyone." - Joe Simpson, Director, Leadership Centre, UK - "The visit to Denmark was among the best and the assistance provided by Healthcare DENMARK was the best in-country assistance we have encountered. All of the speakers were very open and shared information that helped us understand the Danish healthcare system and the innovations in healthcare in Denmark." - David Schmidt, President of TPG-International Health Academy - "I am pleased with everything I have seen and with the hospitality extended to me and my colleagues during our stay in Denmark. We are grateful to the Healthcare DENMARK team for being wonderful hosts to us and for the excellent organization of our visit." - Dario Nakić, Croatian Minister of Health