Jeroen Bosch Hospital (JBH), an innovative medical center in the Netherlands, wanted to install interactive terminals at patient bedsides that would seamlessly connect doctors to patients. JBH chose Patientline, a leading provider of hospital bedside solutions, to deliver 800 touch-screen terminals in an integrated system anchored by Windows Embedded. Managed by Patientline, the integrated solution gives patients and staff access to multimedia entertainment, communications tools and electronic health records. In addition, Patientline cut time-to-market in half and reduced related IT maintenance costs by 40 percent, while the hospital expects to gain 50 percent ROI by offering additional services.
Jeroen Bosch Hospital (JBH), an innovative medical center in the Netherlands that serves 66,000 patients annually, wanted interactive bedside terminals to streamline healthcare and give patients access to the Internet, multimedia, entertainment, communications tools and electronic health records.
Dutch partner Patientline used a Microsoft platform for JBH that includes Windows Embedded Standard, Windows Server, Microsoft SQL Server and the Microsoft .NET Framework to create an interactive environment with 800 bedside terminals connected to online resources and healthcare records.
JBH's solution empowers patients by connecting them with doctors and the hospital. It increases ROI by 50 percent, and saves $100,000 (U.S.) annually per 500 occupied beds. It also cuts Patientline's time-to-market in half, and reduces related IT costs by 40 percent.
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