h-trak: Identify products used in hospitals.

h-trak decodes industry standard barcodes to accurately identify products used in hospitals, particularly departments where surgical and interventional procedures are performed. When combined with other data captured in the system, h-trak provides a rich source of procedure information, including the procedure costs.

The following film shows you some of the benefits the h-trak system is offering to healthcare organisations.

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h-trak has been designed as a healthcare information management system based on:

  • Point of care data capture using mobile technology
  • Comprehensive database of medical and surgical products
  • Powerful and flexible reporting
  • Support for critical business processes – billing, purchasing and cost reporting and management

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h-trak is a Healthcare Information Management System that supports critical business processes of billing, purchasing and procedure cost reporting.

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Prospitalia h-trak’s h-smart solution works in partnership with our customers to improve operations and financial performance.

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Accurate Data Capture

Utilise barcode scanning to capture all of the information you need to be able to manage your facilities and get the best out of your operating theatres and procedure rooms.

Comprehensive Billing

Never miss a billable treatment again – every eligible patient treatment episode accurately captured and passed through to your billing system.

Responsive Purchasing

Be able to rapidly replenish stock and get information to your suppliers that makes the whole supply chain work better.

Patient Level Procedure Costing

The cost of every procedure including facility utilisation costs, human resources and devices all reported in an easy to use, powerful business intelligence platform.