Clino System 99
Designing the future Security, productivity and comfort with Clino System 99
Changes in the hospital sector The hospital of the future will no longer be restricted to inpatient and emergency services, but will increasingly participate in outpatient services. Several health reforms have set the track for cross sector service contracts and have expanded the possibilities for outpatient treatment in hospitals. This gives health service facilities the chance to reposition themselves in the ﬁeld of care provision.
New structures in health services In the coming years the hospital sector will face many changes: The number of outpatient operations will increase, the time spent in hospital by patients will decrease and public funding will be reduced. The improvement, adjustment and standardization of medical, care and administrative services has grown in importance since the introduction of Diagnosis Related Groups (DRG) in the compensation of inpatient health supply. Within the framework of integrated forms of treatment, ﬂexibility will become one of the most essential requirements.
The hospital of the future will change more and more to a service center. Apart from the cooperation of hospitals for the common achievement of services or redesigning measures in medical standard services, the development of new business ﬁelds will be pursued, especially in the area of outpatient and inpatient treatment. So, for example, medical supply centers, patient hotels and private beds will become stronger components of a reﬁned range of care services in the future.
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Development of important hospital ﬁgures in Germany since 2000
• Decrease of period of hospitalization in hospitals since 1990 from 13.2 to 8.3 days
• Decrease in number of hospitals by 14.7 % (from 2,447 to 2,087)
• Hospitals • Beds • Number of cases • Occupancy time • Period of
95 90 85 80 2000
• Reduction of patient capacity by more than 26 % (Source: German Hospital Association)
The hospital of the future The trends
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Focusing of hospitals on speciﬁc applications Founding of medical competence centers Efﬁcient utilization of inpatient capacity Cooperation across complete disciplines Downsizing of bed capacity through improvement of productivity • Promotion of quality
Effective bed management Flexible alarm management for outpatient care Convenient multimedia solutions Integration into standardized infrastructures
Flexibility redeﬁned: Clino System 99 Health service facilities can only meet the challenges of the future through networked provision of care and services. Therefore, communication solutions are needed which offer effective support. Clino System 99 supports care personnel with extensive new functions useful in the daily routine of providing care, guarantees comprehensive safety, and fulﬁlls individual comfort requirements.
The whole bandwidth of modern hospital communication Access
• Emergency exit monitoring automation • Time management Personand event-related • • Access control Medical alarm management • Securing doors Entertainment • • User-related access management • • Infotainment • Nurse call for patients • Medical status information • Paging • Patient telephone • Light control Service • • Temperature control Clino System 99 • Shading Device logistics • Maintenance management • Hygiene management • Data exchange • Call logging • GSM • Medical alarm management • Fault report • WLAN • Logging of personalized data • DECT • Device management Information IT coupling • management Patient comfort
The Clino System 99 call system is characterized by a maximum of modularity and scalability. This facilitates the adaptation of already existing as well as new systems to the customer’s needs and demands. The system is suitable for both small facilities as well as for those with more than 1,000 beds. Numerous interfaces facilitate the integration of almost all security and communication systems relevant in an environment focusing on the provision of care. Thus, the Clino System 99 represents a uniform and secure work platform
that can be differentiated for facilities in the ﬁeld of health care. The connection of hospital information systems, medical alarm management with dashboard (large displays), voice alarm systems or multimedia devices as well as the usage of standardized IP and PABX structures allow for both internal communication between all the different disciplines as well as for the realization of modern, facility-spanning concepts of care and service.
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Clino System 99 offers a homogeneous information medium to the staff which prioritizes safety-relevant reports and which shows the information in a selective and differentiated manner, depending on service and situation, right to where this is relevant. Thus, processes can be deﬁned in the forefront and can be escalated where necessary. In this way, targeted transmission of information and secure signaling even in extreme situations is guaranteed and processes are optimally supported. • Patient call/patient communication • Medical alarm information • Fire alarm and voice alarm systems • Door and escape route monitoring • Door communication • Integration of manual as well as automatic emergency call units via telephone network • Forwarding of emergency and service numbers into the telephone network for each individual bed (chief physician service for VIPs, catering service, etc.)
New display concepts guarantee quick and comprehensive information. All data relevant for care and emergency calls can be seen at a glance. • Large clear text display, well arranged • Interfaces to telemetric systems • Displaying of emergency calls and alarms from connected systems
Access management Determination of personalized authorization and authorization proﬁles (e.g. for access to medication or speciﬁc call assignment) via RFID readers and an easy to operate RFID card management system ensure that only authorized persons receive the relevant information. So, for example, diagnostic calls are only forwarded to care personnel with specialized medical training.
• Optimized call forwarding according to requirements (skill-based routing) • Personalized access management • Contactless operation • Improved documentation • Increased system security (protection against operating errors, access control)
Device/bed management The option to track the location of medical devices using RFID tags shortens search time, supports efﬁcient processes and makes investment in extra devices redundant. • Time-saving through efﬁcient device logistics • Process support through well-organized bed management • Complete maintenance and service management, audit-proof • Documentation support
Mobile communication The Clino call DECT cordless communication system can be easily integrated into existing PABX installations and is connected via a standardized interface to the nurse call system. Thus, calls can be indicated directly on the displays of the mobile devices. The mobile accessibility of the care personnel reduces reaction times.
Optimal operating convenience
So, even during times of staff reduction, calls and reports are guaranteed to arrive directly and immediately to the responsible care personnel. • Secure signaling • Robust mobile devices • High investment protection through standard interfaces to classic PABX installations as well as to IT structures • Direct communication with the patient optimizes the care process • Low TCO (Total Cost of Ownership) through the use of transparent system infrastructure (connection of WLAN and GSM systems possible)
Patient comfort Patient comfort is becoming more important as a distinctive feature for hospitals and clinics. Bedside TV and multimedia ﬂat screen solutions keep the patients comfortable as well as informed. • Entertainment (individual digital television per bed, radio and music programs, Video on Demand/Pay TV) • Optimization of daily routine (food ordering, etc.) • Patient education • Comprehensive communication options (telephone, Internet, e-mail) • Individually conﬁgurable service keys for internal or external services
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Future concept: stay competitive Within the next ten years, inpatient facilities will develop into service centers with rehabilitative, inpatient, daytime care and open services. (Source: Fraunhofer-Trendstudie “Pﬂege 2020”)
Hospital of the future
Security · Productivity · Comfort
Resident/Patient emergency call management
In order to adapt the organizational structures to requirements of the elderly and to remain competitive on a longterm basis, it is important for hospitals and clinics to optimize outdated organizational structures through new forms
Bed and device management
of cooperation and coordination. The ﬂexibility of the Clino System 99 enables the realization of sustainable concepts for productivity, comfort and networking.
Pioneering features of the Clino System 99 Security • Coverage of individual risks • Graded care and services • Access management based on qualiﬁcations • Documentation support • Flexible system structures • Integration of ﬁre detection technology, alarm management and voice alarm systems
• Individualized care processes • Use of available infrastructures • Linking of technologies for the use of service concepts • Development and usage of new technologies to support the care personnel in terms of self-sufﬁciency and lessening of workload
Comfort Productivity • Site networking, integrated care-provision solutions, cross-zone processes • Integration of sensor technology
• Customer-oriented and individual care-provision concepts • Bedside TV and multimedia ﬂat screen solutions • Patient information at the bedside • Individual service concepts • Reduction of administrative activities for care personnel
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