Quris improves patient care by ensuring healthcare workers have the most up-to-date, relevant and validated clinical resources (guidelines, algorithms, protocols, handbooks, calculators, alerts and much more) in their hands, at the time they need them most.
The information and resources provided through Quris are always the most up to date and are automatically monitored for review with alerts and notifications for review date expiry. Updates to your resources are notified and made instantly available to all relevant users.
Quris ensures your hospital and departmental resources are easily accessible from any mobile device, from any desktop computer and from your Electronic Health Record (EHR) systems. The same information, up to date and available everywhere.
Templates ensures all your resources (e.g. guidelines, handbooks, pathways, protocols, etc.) follow your organizational governance and editorial requirements thereby increasing quality, compliance as well as reducing unnecessary variation.
Use the Quris Clinical Content Management System (CCMS) to create/edit and/or upload/link to existing resources. The CCMS allows you to organise your resources in a way that makes sense to clinicians. Our standardized templates (e.g. for guidelines, etc.) quicken the editorial process and can be customized, if required, for individual departmental needs. Resources can be shared and re-used across departments to provide a single access point to related information.
Once uploaded, the CCMS allows you to apply an editorial and review process that is as sophisticated or as simple as you require. Quickly upload and publish right away, or define one or more review stages that resources must pass through before final approval. Whatever your process a final click of a button publishes your resources to all subscribed mobile devices and the web (if required) immediately for users to access.
Of course that's not the end of the story. Powerful analytics ensure that you can report upon and track use of your resources. For example: what guidelines are most used; when are they used; by what teams; which sections, etc. Users can also send feedback on specific resources thus improving 'buy in' as the entire team is able to actively contribute to the development of clinical knowledge.
Data/Wi-Fi connections are not needed to use the app. Use it anywhere, anytime.
Templates ease the process of creating, editing and managing your guidelines, handbooks, etc.
Quick and flexible cloud-based deployment makes it easy to get up and running.
Quris can be deployed into an organization with litte or no demand on IT department resources.
Security, data privacy and diaster recovery features ensure your resources are safe and protected.
Understand what resources your staff are using, when, how and where. Quris analytics tracks both online and offline activity.
Licensing is based upon organization size and customizations required, keeping costs low.
Your information and resources can be integrated into any clinical system through the Quris HL7 API.
Quris can deliver your clinical resources to mobile devices as well as desktops - same content, multiple access points.
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