Management platform for healthcare staff and internal requests implemented in 3 days in a Brussels Hospital, as part of the fight against coronavirus.
Between Thursday 19th and Sunday 22nd March, joint teams from dFakto and Penbox worked relentlessly in collaboration with the Crisis Unit of the Brugmann University Hospital to deploy an operational IT platform and support the hospital’s staff.
In the context of the crisis caused by the Coronnavirus, to allow the Hospital Crisis Unit to visualize in real time the situation of the different services, and to ensure an efficient piloting of real time allocation of material and resources.
Decompartmentalize the management by service to ensure the reception of the patients in the best conditions depending on their health status.
In this time of crisis, the management of the nursing personal (management of availabilities, attribution of the workforce) is critical and it is essential to simplify the management of requests from services while responding to new needs. Information needs to be provided in real time and no longer periodically, as is usually the case. However, without a suitable technological solution, organizations are forced to revert to managing it manually… even as the complexity of needs increases.