Review Article

The Role of Hospital Digital Services in Improvement of Clinical Regime of Patients

Abstract

Healthcare supply chain management is the regulation of the flow of medical goods and services from manufacturer to patient. Supply chain management encompasses the planning and management of all activities involved in sourcing and procurement, conversion, and all logistics management activities. Hence, it greatly helps material managers to manage with continuous improvement efforts while maintaining the quality of care, in our case the food quality and the patient’s satisfaction. As we all know the importance of IT is far more important in this field “Healthcare and Logistics”. In this context plotting the role of digital services in improving the clinical regime of patients Something inevitable. With that been said, we will present different approaches by distinguishing the main types of hospital logistics such as physical flows management, food safety cold chain management, and technology that improves the field. As a result, we are proposing a Hospital Enterprise Architecture and starting by modeling the system, to have a base for building a digital catering service that improves the clinical regime of patients.

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IssueVol 5, No 1 (2021) QRcode
SectionReview Article
DOI https://doi.org/10.18502/htaa.v5i1.7381
Keywords
Hospital Logistics Food Service Catering Management Hygiene Hospital Information System Enterprise Architecture

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BOUT N, Ouzayd F, Retmi K. The Role of Hospital Digital Services in Improvement of Clinical Regime of Patients. Health Tech Ass Act. 2021;5(1).