NeMo uudisti Terveystalon hoitotarvike- ja lääkelogistiikan
Neljä miljoonaa potilaskäyntiä vuosittain hoitava Terveystalo tarvitsee toiminnassaan suuret määrät erilaisia hoitotarvikkeita ja lääkkeitä. Nykyisin tarvikkeiden ja lääkkeiden hankkiminen, vastaanottaminen ja varastointi sujuvat Terveystalossa paljon aikaisempaa tehokkaammin. Suurin osa sen sairaalayksiköistä eri puolilla Suomea käyttää tätä nykyä M@tskua – järjestelmää, joka on erityisesti suunniteltu parantamaan terveydenhuollon logistiikkaa.
The Aputori online service (www.aputori.fi) launched for the southern region of Oulu helps local residents to find and compare private social and healthcare services. Aputori already has an extensive range of physiotherapy, therapy and assisted living services, early education services as well as in-home services.
Aputori highlights the region's private services better than ever before. The system includes services that can be acquired with service vouchers as well as at the person's own cost. Aputori covers Kallio's and Selänne's joint municipal authorities for basic services, the social services and healthcare district Helmi as well as the city of Oulainen - all in all, a region consisting of twelve municipalities.
The technical basis for this service was provided by the software company OneClinic Oy. The company's CEO Veli-Matti Pietilä said that the company tried to make Aputori clear and easy to use – both for the resident looking for services and the service provider.
”I believe that these kinds of online-based services will become more common in the future as municipalities try to include private services more prominently alongside the services that they provide. At the same time, there is a wish to increase the freedom of choice for the residents of a municipality regarding the selection of service providers. Also, this system enables to manage service vouchers electronically and efficiently,” he said.
OneClinic has implemented similar solutions also in Kainuu and Tampere, for example. Services like Aputori are becoming more common due to the Service Voucher Act which came into force in 2009, according to which the municipalities and joint municipal authorities using service vouchers must inform their residents of the availability of private services.