Digital care planning and documentation helps diverse challenges of the future master of Bremen, 31.07.2012 – Council of experts to review the development in health care is his current opinion under the title “Competition at the interface between outpatient and inpatient health care”. It predicts a rather bleak future which will be characterised by shortages, lack of professionalism and lack skills of care in Germany. Scientific typology guaranteed could consistent quality many aspects referred to critical with the introduction of a digital care planning and documentation in facilities of the acute and long-term care but be addressed”, is Dr. Jurgen Deitmers, Managing Director of the Bremen IT service provider and care specialists atacama Software, safe. A point is missing personnel and the impact on the quality of care. The Council of experts sees through the causes of the difficult staff situation in the demographic, the requirements and the required skills profiles have changed. So, more clinical special expertise would be required in the outpatient and inpatient long-term care. In the acute care are increasingly asked expertise in care for the elderly, and vice versa.
Thus increases the demand for care-scientific expertise. Reinforced will this by the justified demand for evidence-based nursing action. Our software apenio exactly the gap criticized. A nursing phenomena-based scientific typology with practice-oriented catalogs, which are based on the structure of the care process according to WHO assessment, planning, output registration, evaluation is based. ‘ Active content pipe nourishing during planning by proposing automatically appropriate inputs. As a both individualized and standardized supply is guaranteed at any time, the quality of which depends not so much by the experience of the individual caregiver”, explains Dr. Deitmers. To which of the Council of experts to promote required scientification and to align their own software, always on the current findings atacama collaborates with the Institute for public health and care research (IPP), Dept.