Multi Resources Manager
TRANSPARENT. EFFICIENT. ORGANIZED.
In health care, as in many other organizations of private, public and non-profit life, the appointment coordination is an important organizational and performance feature.
In organizations with several hundred locations, often several thousand appointments, e.g. Consultation hours and medical services, IT-supported, organized, planned and evaluated.
The software should organize the processes in the locations more transparently and more effectively. The deep integration with the other managing and documenting software products must be possible.
Software is often hosted centrally today and must be easily expandable for later additional requirements. The architecture of modern software has to take that into account.
Applications of the Multi Resources Manager
A calendar for everything (no more notes, no excel, ...)
Comprehensive view of ALL appointments of an institution for each authorized employee
Internal workflow optimization
Simple operation due to modern, tidy surface
Overview of available dates of all kinds
Optimal resource utilization
Simple rescheduling of appointments in case of cancellation and illness
Doctors can arrange appointments with the patient directly
External connection possible
The Multi Resources Manager with its highly scalable and modular web architecture is ideally suited to meet the individual requirements of large organizations.
The Multi Resources Manager has a configurable resource model that can map different organizational forms of different locations.
The scheduling is done in outlook-like calendars and is familiar and intuitive. Employees and rooms can be displayed with their assignments in configurable overviews.
Medical Practice Scheduler: Single view of resources
Multi Resources Manager: Single month-view of resources
Appointments are shown in color. Appointments can be booked via One-click and dragged and dropped (even between calendars!).
Medical Practice Scheduler: consolidated view
The Multi Resources Manager has interfaces so that data can be exchanged with third-party systems. If required, the integration of a communication server is possible, so that the data can have any format (e.g., HL7). Error-prone overtime is thus avoided.