Larger healthcare organizations often cover multiple health disciplines. Each of them has a medical specialist responsible for the individual disciplines. This needs to manifest itself on any official document the health organization produces. So next to being present at multiple locations templates also need to be specific to the health discipline. The best way to tackle this is to separate the template design from the template data that is displayed in the template. In other words you create a list of the different disciplines, locations and medical staff in charge and just let the user pick one of your entries when creating a document. That way you can dramatically reduce the complexity of managing your templates. As a side effect your number of templates will shrink substantially and looking after the templates will become less of a hassle and less time consuming.
Running all your infrastructure and logistical services across many locations is a complex task. So each piece that can help reduce complexity is welcome. At least regarding Office, modern Web Add-Ins can help. They can be managed in the cloud and do not need any deployment on all your devices. They inherit all the security settings from Office 365 and will run across different platforms and devices. So instead of adding complexity to your infrastructure the officeatwork Web Add-ins will allow to retire older technology whilst making your employees more productive. This is a win for your IT and your users.
Creating complex medical reports is demanding and time consuming. Having well-structured content libraries to help creating your documents can be the simplification that will help you get the job done quicker and more successful. This could be a medical reports library for your medical staff.