Tag: hospital management


Electronic medication management increases patient safety

A recent survey conducted by InterSystems at the Electronic Medication Management Conference found that 100% of the 30 participated Australian hospitals expected electronic medication management (EMM) to lead to increased patient safety.  However, 60% cited complexity or cost of interoperability as a significant barrier to deployment. 26 public hospitals and 4 private hospitals participated in the survey, highlights…

6 Jun 2014, by Test1 Test1


3 trends in Australia’s rapidly evolving healthcare landscape

Australia's healthcare systems are changing rapidly as the country seeks to combat an ageing population, efficiency problems and uneven service distribution. A new Frost & Sullivan report said the global healthcare industry is in a state of "accelerated evolution" due to market forces and changing demographics. This is creating disruptions for traditional healthcare models and…

25 Feb 2014, by Test1 Test1


How to engage your staff when introducing a new model of care

Effective change management when introducing new models of service delivery is always going to be a challenge.  We asked some of the speakers from our Developing a 7 Day Health Service conference about strategies for creating awareness of change, increasing staff satisfaction, battling with ingrained culture and improving training and education when their organisations moved…

23 Oct 2013, by Test1 Test1