When Orbis Medisch en Zorgconcern Sittard-Geleen and Atrium Medisch Centrum Parkstad merged into Zuyderland in 2015, they came across different systems at both organisations. For efficiency and accessibility, they decided to switch to the same systems for Zuyderland wide. This also applied to the system used for the medical, privacy-sensitive files.
Archive-IT offered the solution: the Virtual Archive. Orbis Medisch Zorgconcern had been working for some time with JIM, an ‘on premise’ solution of Archive-IT, but for Atrium Medisch Centrum Parkstad working with digital files was completely new. After extensive advice from Archive-IT, the merged Zuyderland opted for Virtual Archive, a solution in the cloud. This was the most economical option and the most effective solution for the merger.
All files in one central system: the Virtual Archive
The files are available anywhere, anytime. This allows doctors to work multidisciplinary at different locations
Updates can be implemented quickly and securely centrally at once
Zuyderland is the largest medical centre in Limburg. It was created in 2015 through a merger between Atrium Medical Centre and Orbis Medisch en Zorgconcern. The hospital has four locations, each with its own profile: Heerlen, Sittard-Geleen, Brunssum and Kerkrade.
Virtual Archive users
GB storage in the Virtual Archive