MDI Medical is thrilled to announce the successful migration and upgrade of the GE Healthcare Viewpoint 5 to Viewpoint 6 OB/GYN system at Tipperary University Hospital (TUH) in Ireland.

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This upgrade represents a significant milestone in advancing the quality of obstetric and gynecological care within the South/South West Hospital Group.

The implementation of the Viewpoint 6 OB/GYN system at TUH is a crucial step in the overarching strategy for women’s health across the South/South West Hospital Group. This advanced Obstetrics Management System is now operational across key hospitals in the region, including:

  • Cork University Maternity Hospital
  • University Hospital Kerry
  • University Hospital Waterford
  • Tipperary University Hospital

The seamless integration of Viewpoint 6 ensures that these hospitals are equipped with the latest technology to enhance patient care and streamline clinical workflows.

This successful upgrade is a testament to the hard work and collaboration of multiple teams. A big congratulations to the TUH Women’s Health team, the HSE National Project team, and the MDI Medical Viewpoint team for their dedication and expertise in delivering this project.

The GE Healthcare Viewpoint 6 OB/GYN system offers a range of benefits, including:

  • Enhanced Data Management: Streamlines patient data collection and management for improved clinical decision-making.
  • Improved Workflow Efficiency: Reduces administrative burdens, allowing healthcare professionals to focus more on patient care.
  • Advanced Imaging Capabilities: Provides high-quality imaging to support accurate diagnostics and treatment planning.
  • Comprehensive Reporting: Facilitates detailed and customizable reporting to meet the specific needs of healthcare providers.

With Viewpoint 6 now live, Tipperary University Hospital and its counterparts in the South/South West Hospital Group are well-positioned to deliver superior obstetric and gynecological care, ensuring better outcomes for women’s health.