AMiS optimizes the workflow in healthcare with revolutionary technologies. We help nurses, pharmacists and other healthcare professionals to work smarter, faster and safer. Over the years we have integrated AMiS in many healthcare institutions. Interested in the potential of AMiS for your hospital? Read our cases below.
Bravis Hospital invests in smart medication carts
Since early November, the nursing units at Bravis Hospital in Roosendaal and Bergen op Zoom have been using AMiS-PRO – an innovative mobile care station that doubles as a medical cart and workstation. Project managers Jay Barendse and Imke van Merrienboer and Marcel Swijnenburg, care manager at the acute complex surgery unit in Bergen op Zoom, were closely involved in the selection, procurement, and roll-out of the AMiS-PRO. Download the case now via the button below.
“Thanks to the EPR -integration, authorized nurses can unlock the medication bins at the press of the button.”
Meander Medical Centre: Very happy with the arrival of AMiS-PRO!
At the end of October, all nursing wards of the Meander Medical Centre in Amersfoort were equipped with brand-new AMiS-PRO’s. Marcel Loomans (IT purchaser for Meander) and the senior nurses Jip Lubberink and Samira Yürümez were involved in the process that ultimately resulted in opting for this state-of-the-art, multi-functional, mobile clinical carestation.
“Thanks to the active mode of the monitor, I can now update the administration and make eye contact with the patient at the same time.”
Five years of using AMiS in Klinikum Lueneburg
Klinikum Lueneburg is an acute care hospital with 13 clinics and institutes as well as five clinic departments with currently 527 beds. Today the clinics are working with 90 AMiS Clinical Workstations. In March 2019 the hospital decided to expand their fleet of AMiS for the new hospital building. Klinikum Lueneburg is the academic teaching hospital of the University Clinic Hamburg-Eppendorf (UKE) and maintains its own school for nursing professions.
“The decision in the tender process was preceded by the active participation of users from the medical profession and nursing staff.”