Herlev was one of the first hospitals that wanted to make use of digital dictation.
There was a great interest in the project because they wanted to make use of resources from Bornholm Hospital for transcription of dictations. This was due to the fact that Bornholm Hospital, at this point in time, had free resources that could be used to alleviate large workloads at Herlev.
Department of Urology was selected as a pilot department at Herlev Hospital. They needed to test the digital dictation solution and at the same time test functions as well as assess the impact of improvements in workflows. The result would determine the hospital’s decision in relation to the further implementation of digital dictation.
After the pilot period, MIRSK received a relevant and constructive criticism of the solutions, which we afterwards have been able to use to further develop our programs. The department was so enthusiastic about the products that Herlev Hospital decided to implement digital dictation throughout the entire hospital. In 2009, Herlev Hospital was completely implemented with digital dictation.
Today, the hospital can now co-work with more hospitals than just Bornholm Hospital. This is because MIRSK’s solutions are so flexible that you can quickly and easily open and close access to several hospitals that use the same solutions across hospitals, municipalities, regions and even countries.