Healthcare software developers claim they could cut waiting lists by 25%
The Irish Hospital Consultants Association has warned that the numbers waiting for either treatment or a consultation will soon increase to over one million patients
The joint developers of new healthcare software have claimed it could cut Irish hospital waiting lists by up to a quarter.
SmartList was developed as part of a partnership between YellowSchedule, a specialist healthcare scheduling software company based in Limerick, and Vitro Software, a Dublin-based international healthcare technology company which specialises in providing solutions for hospitals, mental health facilities and cancer screening services.
It claims it could cut Irish waiting lists by 25 per cent...
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