eKiosk Offers Certified eHealth Digitization Consulting for Hospitals

Patient check-in terminals, where patients can register themselves and retrieve their patient data in a time-saving manner, are set to become the new standard in hospitals over the course of the year. With the Hospital Future Act of 23.10.2020 (see eKiosk blog “New Hospital Future Act paves the way for Health 4.0” of 3.11.2020), the expansion of the digital telematics infrastructure in the healthcare sector in Germany is being driven forward. To this end, a three-billion-euro Hospital Future Fund (KHZF) has been available to providers for digitization projects from the federal government since January 1, 2021. Only 30 percent of the investment costs must be covered by the federal states or hospital operators. To assess eligibility and advise on eligible measures, hospital operators can turn to certified agencies of the Federal Social Security Office.

As of now, Holger Anders, Key Account Manager Public & Health at eKiosk GmbH, is available to hospitals as a certified contact person according to §21 of the Hospital Structure Fund Ordinance (KHSFV). He provides information on possible applications of digital kiosk systems and gives advice on what to look out for during planning. “Patient check-in terminals must be firmly planned as part of the measures in order to meet the requirements for the granting of subsidies in accordance with Section 19 of the KHSFV and the Hospital Financing Act,” says Holger Anders on the prerequisites for eligible digitization projects.

Holger Anders, Key Account Manager Public & Health at eKiosk GmbH, is a certified contact person according to §21 Hospital Structure Fund Ordinance (KHSFV) of the BAS

COMPLEX ISSUE: EXPANSION OF THE GERMANY-WIDE TELEMATICS INFRASTRUCTURE

The topic is very complex, he said. “Compared to one of our previous customer projects, setting up an in-house hospital management system with on-site self-service terminals from eKiosk, we’re talking about connecting various check-in applications and patient portals to external central platforms for data management.” Ideally, patients would be able to check themselves in from home even before treatment. IT security plays a major role here. The respective terminal software must comply with data protection regulations. According to Anders, a flat rate of 15 percent of the costs should be budgeted for this alone.

Anders points out that there is no legal entitlement to subsidies and that they are allocated on a “first come, first serve” basis. Applications and distribution will be handled by the federal Bundesländer. If a company has clinics in different countries, the measures must be applied for in the country of implementation in each case.

As a digitization specialist, eKiosk GmbH can provide hospitals with comprehensive advice on self-service and patient check-in solutions for digitization projects in cooperation with renowned software partners from the hospital sector. During a consultation, possible approaches are discussed in order to acquire funding for the expansion of the telematics infrastructure via the new law.

Holger Anders will be happy to advise you on patient check-in solutions. Make an appointment at sales@ekiosk.com or 0351 50174-240

Patient check-in terminals, where patients can register themselves and retrieve their patient data in a time-saving manner, are set to become the new standard in hospitals over the course of the year. With the Hospital Future Act of 23.10.2020 (see eKiosk blog “New Hospital Future Act paves the way for Health 4.0” of 3.11.2020), the expansion of the digital telematics infrastructure in the healthcare sector in Germany is being driven forward. To this end, a three-billion-euro Hospital Future Fund (KHZF) has been available to providers for digitization projects from the federal government since January 1, 2021. Only 30 percent of the investment costs must be covered by the federal states or hospital operators. To assess eligibility and advise on eligible measures, hospital operators can turn to certified agencies of the Federal Social Security Office.

As of now, Holger Anders, Key Account Manager Public & Health at eKiosk GmbH, is available to hospitals as a certified contact person according to §21 of the Hospital Structure Fund Ordinance (KHSFV). He provides information on possible applications of digital kiosk systems and gives advice on what to look out for during planning. “Patient check-in terminals must be firmly planned as part of the measures in order to meet the requirements for the granting of subsidies in accordance with Section 19 of the KHSFV and the Hospital Financing Act,” says Holger Anders on the prerequisites for eligible digitization projects.

Holger Anders, Key Account Manager Public & Health at eKiosk GmbH, is a certified contact person according to §21 Hospital Structure Fund Ordinance (KHSFV) of the BAS

COMPLEX ISSUE: EXPANSION OF THE GERMANY-WIDE TELEMATICS INFRASTRUCTURE

The topic is very complex, he said. “Compared to one of our previous customer projects, setting up an in-house hospital management system with on-site self-service terminals from eKiosk, we’re talking about connecting various check-in applications and patient portals to external central platforms for data management.” Ideally, patients would be able to check themselves in from home even before treatment. IT security plays a major role here. The respective terminal software must comply with data protection regulations. According to Anders, a flat rate of 15 percent of the costs should be budgeted for this alone.

Anders points out that there is no legal entitlement to subsidies and that they are allocated on a “first come, first serve” basis. Applications and distribution will be handled by the federal Bundesländer. If a company has clinics in different countries, the measures must be applied for in the country of implementation in each case.

As a digitization specialist, eKiosk GmbH can provide hospitals with comprehensive advice on self-service and patient check-in solutions for digitization projects in cooperation with renowned software partners from the hospital sector. During a consultation, possible approaches are discussed in order to acquire funding for the expansion of the telematics infrastructure via the new law.

Holger Anders will be happy to advise you on patient check-in solutions. Make an appointment at sales@ekiosk.com or 0351 50174-240

Bezahlinformationen

Bezahl-
optionen

Bezahloptionen im eKiosk Shop

Bezahl-
optionen im eKiosk Shop

Alle Informationen rund um das Thema Bezahlung im Shop der eKiosk GmbH. 

Bei Fragen können Sie sich jederzeit an uns wenden:

+49 351 50174 0

Zum Kontaktformular

Neukunden

In der Regel zahlen Neukunden bei uns per Vorkasse. Ausgenommen sind lediglich Städte bzw. Kommunen und Schulen. Konzerne können im Einzelfall auch andere Regelungen vereinbaren.

Bestandskunden

Kunden, die bei uns als Bestandskunden geführt werden, zahlen standardmäßig per Rechnung (10 Tage Netto oder nach Vereinbarung).

Mietgeschäft

Kunden, die bei uns Produkte mieten, zahlen immer per Vorkasse. Das gilt auch für Bestandskunden.

Leihstellungen

Wenn Sie von uns eine Leihstellung erhalten, zahlen Sie den Versand per Vorkasse oder nach Vereinbarung.

Versandinformationen

Versand-
informationen

Versandinformationen zum eKiosk Shop

VERSAND-
INFORMATIONEN ZUM EKIOSK SHOP

Alle Informationen rund um das Thema Versand der eKiosk Produkte. 

Bei Fragen können Sie sich jederzeit an uns wenden:

+49 351 50174 0

Zum Kontaktformular

Versand von Kaufgeräten

Versand per Paket

Kleine Systeme, wie z. B. das SIRRION 12“ und 15“ sowie Ersatzteile versenden wir per Paket.

23,00 € innerhalb Deutschlands

Versand mit Europalette

Fast alle Kiosksysteme zwischen 19“ und 42“ versenden wir per Europalette.

  • 153,00 € – 1 Gerät je Palette, in Deutschland
  • 167,00 € – 2 Geräte je Palette, in Deutschland
  • 264,00 € – 1 Gerät je Palette, nach Österreich
  • 434,00 € – 1 Gerät je Palette, inkl. Zoll, in der Schweiz

Bei einigen Geräten ist ein Versand mit 2 Geräten pro Palette möglich. Fragen Sie hierzu bei unserem Vertrieb nach: Zum Kontaktformular

Sonderpalette

Alle Modelle größer als 49” versenden wir per Sonderpalette. Die Preise werden je nach Produkt individuell vereinbart. Fragen Sie hierzu bei unserem Vertrieb nach: Zum Kontaktformular

Trackcase

Auf Wunsch versenden wir Geräte in einer stabilen Transportbox/einem Flight-Case. Es wird immer nur 1 Gerät je Case verpackt.

  • 263,00 € – in Deutschland, inkl. Rückholung des leeren Case
  • 479,00 € – nach Österreich inkl. Rückholung des leeren Case
  • 850,00 € – in die Schweiz, inkl. Rückholung des leeren Case

Kurier

Auf Wunsch versenden wir unsere Produkte per Kurier. Die Kosten sind abhängig von der Lieferadresse und anderen Faktoren. Wir überprüfen gerne die Verfügbarkeit für Sie auf Anfrage.

Wir empfehlen ein Versenden per Kurier bei einer Stückzahl von mehr als 2 Modellen, vor allem für Geräte ab 42”.

Versand von Mietgeräten

  • per Europalette: CERES 22“, Console 32“
  • per Case: PHEX Stand 55“
  • per Kurier: Kosten abhängig von der Lieferadresse

Eine Spedition liefert Ihnen die Produkte per Europalette oder Case bis frei Bordsteinkante.

Die Kosten entsprechen einem Versand von Kaufgeräten.

Auf Wunsch beauftragen wir einen Kurier, der das Modell bis frei Verwendungsstelle liefert. Fragen Sie hierzu bei unserem Vertrieb nach: Zum Kontaktformular