Software for the healthcare sector is about improving results, combining data from different systems and offering cost-effective care.
Connect Solutions aims to help healthcare providers supply value-based care that focuses on the patient. We improve care by digitizing your processes, helping you take data-driven decisions and offering your employees more options.
How far along are you in the digital transformation?
Healthcare executives agree: the digital transformation is the global trend that is going to have the greatest influence on their organizations. New technology is essential for growth, a competitive position and the customer experience.
Although many are already working on digital change processes, there are only a few who have reached full digital maturity. In other words, there are still huge gains to be made.
Control of your document flows
An important issue in many healthcare organizations is the control of document flows throughout the business. You can use Kofax AutoStore document management software to automate the way you manage both paper and electronic documents, greatly reducing the manual steps and administrative errors.
Information always on hand – at the push of a button
You can use this software to create adapted document workflows and you can record, store and open information automatically, at the push of a button. Kofax AutoStore has predefined business rules for workflow, archiving and authorization and has standard connectors with forty enterprise software applications.
Automating your document-driven processes means lower costs, greater operational efficiency and improved communication, collaboration and compliance.
Ask the consultant
Connect Solutions has in-depth expertise in digitizing all aspects of the healthcare value chain. We will be pleased to help you with the digital transformation of your organization. Our consultants have broad and up-to-date knowledge of SAP and Kofax environments within healthcare organizations. They can quickly get to grips with processes and see how they fit together. They use their expertise to analyse accurately where gains can be made.
If you want to improve your processes with us…
…please contact us to exchange ideas with one of our consultants – without obligation.
A hospital with multiple locations, ten care centres with outpatient locations, two hospices, rehabilitation, mental healthcare and youth healthcare. You are in safe hands at Zuyderland, from birth to the final stage of life.
Visit the Zuyderland website.
Maastricht MUMC+ is an academic hospital in Randwyck in the Dutch city of Maastricht. The hospital is affiliated to Maastricht University.
Visit the Maastricht UMC+ website.
“Healthier together” – that is what 270 medical specialists, 4300 employees and 340 volunteers at Amphia are working hard at, every day. We want to offer patients the best medical care and nursing care, as close to home as possible, so they can continue to recover in their home environment as quickly as is responsible and feasible.
Visit the Amphia website.
The Flevoziekenhuis is a hospital in the Dutch city of Almere and it is the biggest hospital in the province of Flevoland. The Flevo Hospital offers first-line care to Almere’s residents and second-line specialist facilities to residents from the rest of Flevoland.
Visit the Flevoziekenhuis website.
University Medical Center Groningen
The University Medical Center Groningen (UMCG) is one of the largest hospitals in the Netherlands and the largest employer in the northern Netherlands. Over 12,000 employees collaborate on care, research, training and education with the common goal of building the future of health.
Visit the UMCG website.
The Academic Medical Centre or AMC is a teaching hospital and medical faculty in Amsterdam that has been working closely together with VUmc – the Vrije Universitet medical centre – under the umbrella of Amsterdam UMC sing 7 June 2018. The AMC is part of the University of Amsterdam.
Visit the AMC website.
St. Anna Ziekenhuis
You will receive a warm welcome at the St. Anna Ziekenhuis and you can rely on our healthcare professionals for good care. We feel involved in every phase of your life and are committed to providing the most personalized, optimum care.
Visit the St. Anna Ziekenhuis website.
The “Klinieken Noord-Antwerpen” (KLINA) foundation was created on 15 October 1987. On 1 January 1988, the association took over the management of the three regional hospitals in the Northern Antwerp region: St-Lucas Ziekenhuis in Ekeren, St.-Jozef Ziekenhuis in Kapellen and Vesiliusziekenhuis in Brasschaat.
In the period 1988-1989, the number of hospital beds was reduced by 147, partly by centralizing mother-and-child care onto a single campus. From 1990 onwards, the location for a merged hospital to be constructed was determined and plans for it were drawn up. Construction work started in 1994. In October 1999, the medical activities of the three ‘old’ campuses could move to the new hospital.
Visit the Algemeen Ziekenhuis Klina website.
AZ Rivierenland is a Belgian hospital in the province of Antwerp that was created by merging existing hospitals in the Klein-Brabant & Rumst regions. On 1 January 2018, the St-Josephkliniek in Bornem-Willebroek merged with AZ Heilige Familie in Rumst.
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The Saint-Trudo Ziekenhuis is a modern, fully renovated and financially healthy hospital with 310 recognized beds, over 1,000 staff and around 140 doctors.
Since the closure of the Sint-Anna campus (Stenaertberg) at the end of January 2013, all departments and services have been brought together at Dienstersteenweg 100 and – following on from the merger of Sint-Annakliniek and Sint-Jozefziekenhuis in 1991 – the structural unification of the two hospitals is a fact.
Visit the Sint-Trudo Ziekenhuis website.
AZ Sint Lucas is a general hospital in the Belgian city of Ghent. The hospital is based just north of the town centre, on two adjacent campuses (Sint-Lucas and the Volkskliniek). It is named after St. Luke the Evangelist.
Visit the AZ Sint-Lucas website.
AZ Sint-Blasius (Dendermonde-Zele) is a dynamic general hospital with a wide range of high-quality and innovative specialist care. The hospital has a good reputation as an innovator, both in policy and in care. The medium scale of the hospital (440 beds, 1300 doctors and staff) guarantees a professional and pleasant working environment.
Visit the AZ Sint-Blasius website.
AZ Alma is a Catholic general hospital in Belgium, created after the Heilig-Hartkliniek in Eeklo in Eastern Flanders merged with the Elisabeth Ziekenhuis in Sijsele in Western Flanders in 2003. This name came into use in 2007.
Visit the AZ Alma website.
AZ Sint-Elisabeth Zottegem or SEZZ for short is a Catholic general hospital in the Belgian town of Zottegem. It was founded by Dr Schotte, the Diocese of Ghent and the Franciscan Sisters in 1938 in Egmont Castle.
Visit the AZ Sint-Elisabeth Zottegem website.