COLUMNA SERVICE LOGISTICS
Covers all service tasks
Service personnel are central to the daily flow of a hospital. By the name service personnel covers orderlies, bed movers, cleaning personnel and warehouse operatives. A better overview will provide service personnel clear benefits, which creates a positive ripple effect throughout the hospital.
The solution tracks all allocated people, equipment and tasks, which improves coordination and creates an overview that can be used to optimise logistics and improve the quality of service.
Columna Service Logistics frees up time for all hospital employees to provide the best possible care for patients.
Efficient coordination and communication
Columna Service Logistics makes hospital service teams more efficient through:
- Real-time location tracking of service staff, tasks and priority
- Just-in-time logistics enabling timely work and patient flows
- Easy access via smartphone, computers and overview screens
Columna Service Logistics contains a series of applications, each designed to solve central logistics challenges. They are user-friendly and easily accessible. The applications function via PCs, smartphones and tablets and can be used on their own or as an integrated part of logistics.
"It has provided us with a tool to provide information to Management. It certainly creates an awareness of what we actually do and the resources it requires. Also, we now have evidence on how we are meeting our KPIs”
– Catherine Buick, Director for Operational Support Services, Sunshine Coast University Hospital
FACTS ABOUT COLUMNA SERVICE LOGISTICS
Columna Service Logistics: Making the porters their own coordinator
After one year of using the Columna Service Logistics task management system at Rigshospitalet in Denmark, the day-to-day work of the hospital porters became less stressful, as they each became their own coordinator.
Sunshine Coast University Hospital optimises efficiency using Columna Service Logistics
In march 2017, Sunshine Coast Hospital and Health Service (SCHHS) opened the $1.8 billion Sunshine Coast University Hospital (SCUH) - the first new, not replacement hospital - in Australia in 20 years.