Comprehensive palliative care does not end with modern radiology procedures, radioiodine therapy and the choice of effective analgesia – it is also counseling on legal issues, providing spiritual and psychological support to patients with incurable diseases. According to Carol Kessler, founder of Dr. Kessler’s Medical Aid Center, all this contributes to an easier course for the disease, not only for the patients themselves but also for their families. From this point of view, data room technologies can be used by hubs for many purposes.

To provide virtual consultations

For several years, there have been discussions about whether a virtual palliative care format for providing psychological support to patients and their families, as well as out-of-center counseling is possible. As not all patients have access to hospices due to their territorial location or the nature of the disease, the data room will be able to communicate between center staff, patients and their families.

To solve all legal problems

They most often use the data room for financial expertise and the merger or acquisition process, which is most common in business and management. As for palliative care hospitals, data room software will help resolve any legal issues without having to resort to paper bureaucracy. In addition, you can use the data room to sign contracts with the clinic, sign agreements, and obtain permits from a family that cannot be present during the procedure.

To save the center archive

It’s no secret that with the expansion of the hospital, the volume of workflow that accompanies it is also changing. On this side, secure VDR can contain a digital archive, which is much easier to manage, and it is almost impossible to lose or delete files with the file monitoring feature. Moreover, mobile access makes it much easier to move, since the only thing you need to move out of the place is a password.

For research and case studies

Palliative care is an industry that needs constant improvement and innovation as lifestyle changes. Most often, novelty in approaches to a particular problem can be found in examples from other cultures and destinations. This is why the electronic data room can become a platform for sharing experiences, cases, developments and discussions for professionals from different countries. This collaboration will really be a catalyst for new ideas and approaches to caring for patients and their families.

Technologies do improve the state of modern medicine and make it accessible regardless of distance. Due to their high functionality and performance, VDR will be able to solve many palliative care problems to improve the quality of life for patients and their families.