Mombasa, Kenya, March 31, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- Founded in 1947, Pandya Memorial Hospital has 119 beds and a team of 70 specialists serving Mombasa County. Previously, the hospital suffered from disjointed systems for hospital management and finance, and complicated, mostly manual record-keeping. It was a particular challenge to control stocks of medicines. With the aim of greater integration, automation and visibility, the hospital invested in SAP Business One. Doctors can now easily access records to make better decisions and have seen their workload halve, allowing them to dedicate more time to patients. New patient registration has reduced from 45 minutes to five minutes. With better control over drug inventory, the savings have already outstripped investment in SAP Business One, resulting in faster payback than anticipated. The hospital fully expects turnover to almost triple due to improved efficiencies.
“This is the system we were looking from a long time to meet our digitization objective. The tightly coupled integration between patient care and accounting system make sure the revenue realization to the penny level. We are leveraging the best breed of IHMS with a globally renowned SAP ERP.” - Pandya Hospital Administrator