Updates on hospital, health and aged care information and communication technology.
01 Apr 2013
Never before have national health systems had a better opportunity to enhance their operations to be more efficient and more accessible writes Dr MeDhi Khaled Oracle’s Vice President Healthcare and Life Sciences Asia Pacific and Japan.
Chief Medical Imaging Technologist and Manager of the Imaging Department at Bendigo Health, Luke Adorni tells David Hutchins how An evolving managed services contract is helping Bendigo Health manage and share the information generated out of 90,000 examinations a year.
10 Oct 2012
UnitingCare Health’s Executive Director, Richard Royle, tells David Hutchins that with careful facilities planning and management the organisation will deliver the nation’s first fully integrated digital hospital in Hervey Bay on Queensland’s Fraser Coast.
After presenting his paper, Policy or Practise? – Chicken or Egg, Evidence and outcomes, at this year’s Health Informatics Conference (HIC2012), the CEO of the NSW Clinical Excellence Commission (CEC), Professor Clifford Hughes AO, shares how his organisation is using technology to drive process improvements.
01 Aug 2012
Building the Healthcare System of 2022 will realise many technology advances for better care and efficiency. Health Informatics Society of Australia’s (HISA) Chair of Digital Hospital Design Dr Brendan Lovelock discusses the possibilities with David Hutchins.
01 Jul 2012
Maintaining community aged care and disability services to a client base of 10,000, has seen one provider opt for cloud based technology to support the business, writes David Hutchins.
01 Jun 2012
With 10 years of steering the software giant’s US and international health business, Bill Crounse shares insights and company directions in an interview with David Hutchins.
01 Mar 2012
Andrology Australia, The Australian Centre of Excellence in Male Reproductive Health, has re-engineered its website so men can have easier access to information on male reproductive health and associated conditions.
Medication prescribing errors can be reduced by up to 66 per cent with the introduction of electronic prescribing technology in hospitals, new Australia-first research has found.
01 Feb 2012
Healthcare facilities in Queensland and Victoria have installed web-based patient scheduling technology to reduce waiting times and boost queue management.
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