A New Look At The Benefits And Returns In Investing In An AIMS Database

For example, a patient may have an allergy that places him or her at a high risk, or may have an ongoing medical condition that requires an altered dosage of medicine. This type of information is vital to both the clinician and the patient. Before AIMS, the clinician would have to spend additional time sorting through paper records, and relying on the fact that those records were complete and accurate.

With an Anesthesia information management system database, this type of information would be accessible to the clinician 24 hours a day, regardless of his or her location. Time saving, is one of the greatest inherent benefits of an AIMS database. Without such software, an anesthesiologist simply could not replicate the type of accuracy and efficiency that an AIMS provides.

The inherent benefits of an AIMS database are not solely geared towards clinicians and patients, but also towards the administrative staff that often keep a hospital or private practice afloat. Some of the greatest benefits that will result from the use of an AIMS database are more accurate tracking of the resources devoted to patient care. By providing administrative staff with a more exact amount of resources used per patient, a clinician can cut down on the costs associated with ordering excess supplies that are never put to use.

While an anesthesiologist cannot pass off the costs of an AIMS database directly on to his or her patients, this does not mean that the residual benefits of using an AIMS database do not outweigh the associated costs. In fact, it is clear that purchasing an AIMS database will provide the clinician with inherent benefits that will exceed any costs incurred.

To learn more about AnesthesiaOS, which is the only triple platform AIMS formulated for speed, simplicity and mobility, please download our AnesthesiaOS digital brochure.

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