Mediclinic Middle East selects Zebra solutions
Mediclinic's Parkview Hospital will use Zebra patient ID and other solutions
Private healthcare group Mediclinic Middle East has selected Zebra solutions for its new Parkview Hospital in Dubai.
The 150 bed hospital will use Zebra solutions for patient identification, increased visibility of medication administration and clinical mobility with mobile access to medical data, allowing clinicians to spend their time where it matters most: with patients.
Zebra's solution was selected after rigorous assessment by the hospital's information and communication technologies (ICT), clinical and executive leadership teams. The hospital benefits from Zebra's healthcare and enterprise-grade printers, barcode scanners, wristbands and tablets which are integrated with the group's new Health Information System to help transform the hospital into a showcase for digitization across its entire Mediclinic organisation.
"Digital transformation of the healthcare sector is a reality in the Middle East. Mediclinic aims to be at the leading edge of this process across our hospitals and clinics in the region," said Donna Lunn, Chief Information Officer, Mediclinic Middle East. "Mediclinic Parkview Hospital provides a greenfield opportunity to create a ‘digital hospital' model. With Zebra's support in the key areas of patient identification and clinical mobility and integration of these digital solutions with our new information system, patients will benefit from enhanced safety and improved quality of care."
"We closely collaborated with all of Parkview's key stakeholders to align Zebra's solutions and their new Health Information System to help drive the group's vision of digitally enhancing clinical mobility and intelligence across its network of hospitals and clinics," said Thamer Nouri, Business Development Manager Middle East, Zebra Technologies. "Our solution is bringing them a performance edge to deliver enhanced care to the patient's bedside and help set the standard for healthcare digital transformation in the Middle East."