Dr Sulaiman Al-Habib Hospital to deploy Ascom healthcare platform
Khobar hospital selects complete integrated healthcare platform to streamline workflow
Dr Sulaiman Al-Habib Hospital in Khobar will deploy a complete integrated healthcare platform from Ascom, to redefine its workflows and procedures.
The 400-bed hospital will deploy the Ascom solutions, including the Ascom Myco 2, a handheld smart system to provide nursing staff with vital information and communications. The solution selected comprises of Ascom Telligence nurse call System, Ascom Unite Software platform and nearly one hundred Ascom Myco 2 smart devices, designed specifically for healthcare environments.
The overall offering aims to optimize clinical workflows by automating collection of information from clinical devices, as well as to improve response times to critical patient events. It also aims to help reduce alarm fatigue by decreasing the number of alert messages received by caregivers.
The new hospital will have 400 beds and 290 clinicians and will include 100 beds for intensive care, 50 beds for emergencies, 16 birthing room, 2 equipped cardiac catheterization rooms, and 10 operation rooms.
Abdulelah Al-Mayman, CIO and Vice President at Dr. Sulaiman Al-Habib Hospital, said: "Dr. Sulaiman Al-Habib Hospital has chosen Ascom because of the quality of the offer, the solution's capacity to define specific workflows while integrating smoothly with our different hospital applications. We believe the Ascom Telligence nurse call system will define workflows in a new way, which is simply not possible with other communication systems."
Ahmad Al Jassim, Ascom Managing Director MEA, Turkey & India, underlines: "We are excited to partner with Dr. Sulaiman Al-Habib Hospital in AL Khobar to support their efforts to bring the latest technology to their patients and providers. The hospital's ecosystem is ideally suited to make the most of Ascom's advanced business application solutions. The middleware, the connections, and the interfaces will all work together to optimize clinical workflows."