Digitised hospital logistics improve patient flow and patient experience
Dumfries and Galloway Royal Infirmary is in southern Scotland, and was one of the first hospitals in the UK to use Columna Flow. Benefits already include a more efficient patient journey, better overview and greater staff empowerment.
Columna Flow: Making the porters their own coordinator
After one year of using the Columna Flow task management system at Rigshospitalet in Denmark, the day-to-day work of the hospital porters became less stressful, as they each became their own coordinator.
Data-driven logistics management provides overviews and more efficient use of resources
Accurate data contributes to fast, reliable service for patients, optimised workflow and better dialogue between departments and staff.
Columna Flow optimises service personnel procedures and hospital logistics at Aalborg University Hospital
IT support of hospital logistics makes it easier to coordinate and plan service tasks. Task Management is used at Aalborg University Hospital and is a part of Columna Flow.
Sunshine Coast University Hospital optimises efficiency using Columna Flow
In March 2017, Sunshine Coast Hospital and Health Service (SCHHS) opened the $1.8 billion Sunshine Coast University Hospital (SCUH) - the first new, not replacement hospital - in Australia in 20 years
Improved patient service at Bispebjerg Hospital