Bispebjerg Hospital is one of The Capital Region’s four emergency hospitals, serving 416,000 citizens of the Copenhagen and Frederiksberg municipalities.
The hospital is a University hospital and is accredited according to international standards and the Danish Quality Model.
Like Amager Hospital, Bispebjerg Hospital also discarded a MIRSK pilot department. The various hospitals in The Capital Region hold regular contact with each other, which enables them to update one another about a wide range of projects. Therefore, Bispebjerg Hopsital could draw on experiences from other hospitals that have made use of pilot projects, such as e.g. Glostrup and Herlev hospitals.
Bispebjerg Hospital decided to implement digital dictation from MIRSK at the beginning of December 2008, and chose, due to secretary shortcoming, a multidisciplinary collaboration with Bornholm Hospital to outsource parts of dictation transcriptions to Roenne, Bornholm. A cooperation that was made possible by the implementation of MIRSK. Despite the fact that the hospital has chosen to manage most of the progression itself, they have managed to implement the final solution very quickly.
In addition to MIRSK Suite™, MIRSK has also developed a Citrix-integration in cooperation with Bispebjerg Hospital.