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Odoo is an enterprise-grade business application platform on which Neova Health has built its solutions for health and social care.

All modules and applications have been released as open source software.


Odoo - Modules for the Healthcare Enterprise

Enterprise Business Apps. Over 8 years ago we identified that only an integrated platform approach, seamless linking clinical and operational functionality,  would empower health and social care organisations to successfully deliver services in the 21st century.

Commodity problems have open solutions. All health and socialcare enterprises have similar commodity problems. The Neova Health platform integrates with the common Odoo modules providing open source solutions to these enterprise problems.

Odoo Inventory

Every glove, every swab, everywhere.
By using Odoo Inventory and Warehouse modules a hospital could ensure that clinicians are never prevented from working due to empty boxes.
Locate spare consumables, identify over-consumption and potential fraud/theft and 'just in time' replenish resources for your clinicians.

GS1 Ready

End-to-end traceability
Barcodes are everywhere in hospitals, however they often under-utilised. Surgery sets coming from central sterilisation have a barcode sticker on them. Sometimes these stickers are attached to the paper record; sometimes they are not.
By using Odoo barcode capabilities a provider could track all staff who had contact with a surgery set providing end-to-end audit, from central sterilisation to patient.


Easy to use leave planner

Paper based leave request forms and spreadsheets for rotas -- ever used one of these?

Paper-based approval processes are inefficient and error prone. They prevent an enterprise from having visibility of available staff and lead to extremely expensive short term 'fixes' using agencies to maintain appropriate staffing levels.

Tracking supplies is costly.

A delivery comes straight to a hospital ward, the one nurse who happens to be available at the time signs the delivery receipt. Hours later, when the Ward Clerk or even the Nurse in Charge has to sign on to the proprietary financial management system which manages supplies, she/he is not able to find a matching Purchase Order in the system and has to call the Finance department for assistance.

This is where your organisation is wasting valuable staff time and money. The biggest efficiency gain for your organisation is not simply an improvement in the procurement creation process but in the order fulfillment. On average an order fulfillment process costs health care organisations USD 15 or GBP 10 per order. A service sector organisation outside of health care sees the order fulfillment process as inefficient if it costs more than $0.15c or £0.10.

Upstream and Downstream Tracing

Easily link consumables with patient activity - simply scan the barcode.

In the event of complications with a sterilised surgical set, upstream traceability enables the quick and easy identification of the sterilisation run which has to be investigated.

Following a review it becomes apparent that all sterilisation runs on a certain day are suspect. Downstream traceability identifies all patients which have come in contact with sets from that run, ensuring a rapid response to any risk.