FEWER PHONE CALLS, MORE UNDISTURBED WORK
Spend time on what matters
New tasks are constantly cropping up at a hospital – and they are often urgent. Columna Flow Service Logistics ensures that an increase in workload does not necessarily lead to more ringing telephones, but to a complete and structured overview on the individual employee’s digital device.
The system is designed to support and optimise hospital service logistics. It ensures a calmer working environment with greater flow and a better daily overview to allow porters, cleaning staff and warehouse workers to focus on performing their tasks in the best possible way. For the benefit of health care professionals and, above all, patients.
“When there is a clear understanding of the tasks and how they are set up, then the collaboration between nurses and the porters is brilliant.”
– Jesper Christensen, CSL facilitator at Rigshospitalet
A complete overview, here and now
Columna Flow Service Logistics makes the hospital’s service teams more efficient by allowing them to plan their work optimally. The system provides a real-time overview of resources and tasks:
- Task status – what needs doing, and what is most urgent?
- Service staff – who is close by, and who has time?
- Equipment – for example, where are clean beds located, and where are the beds that need cleaning?
On a screen near you
The system is simple, intuitive and easy to work with for everyone. You can quickly access it wherever you are – for example via:
- Large screens, centrally located
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