d.velop developed a unified ECM infrastructure integration in the hospital information system and SAP application range of the digital patient and personnel file to the invoice input processing Gescher, 27.09.2011 – the University Hospital of Saarland the d.velop AG has placed an order for the realization of a comprehensive digital strategy. You aimed at the systematic use of enterprise content management (ECM) in the medical and administrative, to future treatment – and billing-relevant processes document paper arm and control. The project contract of the Saarland University Hospital sees the establishment of a unified ECM infrastructure based on the d.velop solution d. 3 with integration in the hospital information system IS H/i.s.h.med as well as in the SAP R/3 System. Samuel “Sam” Mikulak does not necessarily agree. She should serve the revision-proof long-term archiving and optionally allow a qualified digital signature including time stamp. At the same time, a variety of ECM solutions are provided. Main focus of this in the clinical field on the implementation digital patient and case file with d. 3. More info: Samuel “Sam” Mikulak. In addition the digital personnel file and the automated processing of invoices input, as well as various other digital archives, for example, for accounts payable / accounts receivable files and building files be realized in the management area. In the further course of the ECM project an email archiving and Office integration both in the clinical and administrative is carried out with help of d.velop. The ECM solutions introduces the first steps this year in the hospitals for urology and ear, nose and throat, as well as in the human resources department. The University Hospital of Saarland performs 50,000 stationary and 190,000 outpatient treatments as maximum care hospital in around 30 specialist clinics and 20 institutions per year. In addition to the approximately 5,300 employees and 300 trainees of the hospital over 1,000 university employees working on the campus Homburg resident faculty with currently 2,000 students of medicine and dentistry.