Nuance's cloud-based speech-recognition solution allows clinicians to document patient records using voice, across solutions, platforms and devices.
The Tasmanian Government is using cloud platform Oracle Health Management System to manage its statewide COVID-19 vaccination program.
Austin Health is bringing its operations into the digital age, using Power Apps to create efficiency-boosting solutions.
The Critical Health Resources Information System (CHRIS) provides real-time data on ICU activity and capacity, and facilitates the transfer of critically ill patients.
Software-based products that make health claims are now subject to a medical device classification aligned to the risk level to the patient.
We need to look at ways to use new technology to provide truly resident-centric care as well as effective communication and collaboration amongst staff and key stakeholders.
A global healthcare study by mobile and IoT management solutions provider SOTI reveals that only 33% of Australian healthcare workers' time is spent caring for patients.
The HS8 platform is specifically designed for hospitals, enabling paperless controlled drug administration in all areas of a hospital.
Real Time Location Services help identify, track, locate and monitor every patient, staff and asset in an organisation.
The feature has been built for HCP providers, helping them to improve compliance, business efficiency and provide better care.
Mater Misericordiae searched for a solution that would deliver necessary patient information into the hands of its clinicians.
BreastScreen Victoria (BSV), the Victorian Government's breast cancer screening organisation, has partnered with Vitro Software in a shift towards full electronic records management.
Anaeron is working with Australian healthcare facilities to determine how ATP Testing can assist with the AS/NZ 4187 Guidelines.
Over 60% of healthcare providers believe they have ineffective central systems and processes for managing the patient life cycle.
Over a third of nurses in a US study said that EHRs made them work less efficiently. However, the quality of the work environment was also a factor.