The electronic resident record GriPS G4 for inpatient nursing care for the elderly provides all functions for the care process. Nurses benefit from up-to-date specialist knowledge and nursing diagnosis-related care pathways. The highlight: the software refinances itself after the first year in use.
The electronic patient record GriPS G4 defines the documentation process previously running either on paper or with simple software systems completely new and thereby provides nurses up-to-date specialist knowledge and nursing diagnosis-related care pathways.
This avoids that nurses need to formulate freely, e.g. during the collection of risk assessments. Your benefit: information about the resident can be collected unambiguously and in structured form.
The technical foundation of the electronic resident record is based on digital and structured information of terminologies and classifications. The nursing care process is supported by the European classification ENP, for example. Nursing diagnoses guide the nursing staff to professionally correct and literature-based nursing pathways. These nursing pathways are already activated with the collection of the anamnesis, offer nursing diagnoses suggestions and support the nurses in planning and selection of interventions. All practice guidelines are based on current nursing knowledge. All available expert standards are also part of the application.
The simplicity of collecting data for management, risk assessment, expenditure values relevant for the MDK (the German Medical Review Board of the Statutory Health Insurance Funds), living area utilization, reporting, up to an automatically created nursing transfer report will impress you.
The electronic resident record GriPS G4 for inpatient nursing care for the elderly promotes the unambiguous communication and increases the quality of the information at the same time. Communication breaks are prevented to optimize the functioning workflow of all nurses involved in the care of the resident. The most important professional facts for decision-making are provided directly, best practice processes are suggested. A holistic resident overview thus makes it possible to use all resources optimally and thereby meet the resident's needs.
Nursing institutions are meanwhile under intense pressure, whether in relation to the quality of their treatment, or the profitability of the institution. Improved communication and support of nursing decision-making increase quality and transparency of performances. The electronic resident record GriPS G4 for inpatient nursing care for the elderly also provides the foundation for the calculation of costs and related updates of performance changes through the nursing team.
You gain time resources by optimized process documentation with the unique advantage to also generate the transfer information from the software per click within seconds.
Better process flows, less red tape means as a result: creating freedom for nursing and the care of your residents!
Imagine you would only need one click to provide the important and relevant information of your resident in an optimal structure, for example a hospital transferring a resident. No tedious searching for information in the resident record with no reduction of information, for example due to a lack of time.
All information important for the treatment are provided promptly for the hospital, because the electronic resident record for the inpatient care of the elderly GriPS G4 transfers them per click from the daily documentation into the discharge planning process form. You thereby increase the safety of your resident and relieve your staff from time-consuming manual transfer of important information into the discharge planning process form at the same time. The consequences are improved and optimized communication between healthcare institutions as well as increased satisfaction of staff and process optimization.
The electronic resident record GriPS G4 is not only being used by you in elderly care, but also in hospitals as well as outpatient nursing services. It thus closes a blatant (information) gap in healthcare.
The advantage for treatment, nursing, and care is obvious. Through the controlled and quick access to relevant health information or the direct electronic transfer of the discharge planning process form information gaps will be closed and the safety of the persons concerned considerably increased. Only the combination of relevant information for the health status increases the safety and efficiency of the health system. No matter where health performances are carried out, they are always carried out for a resident, patient, or client.