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Macquarie University Hospital uses iSOFT Solutions

Utilising iSOFT clinical information systems, Macquarie University Hospital is the first fully digital private hospital in Australia. A patient's entire medical record can be added to or accessed from any computer, anywhere in the hospital.


Macquarie University Hospital uses iSOFT Solutions

Macquarie University Hospital uses iSOFT Solutions

22 Jun 2011

Utilising iSOFT clinical information systems, Macquarie University Hospital is the first fully digital private hospital in Australia. A patient's entire medical record can be added to or accessed from any computer, anywhere in the hospital.

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iSOFT Mobility Suite

iSOFT Mobility Suite Recording Clinical Observations on iPhone/iPod Touch

22 Jun 2011

A short demonstration of the iSOFT Mobility Suite system Recording clinical observations on iPhone/iPod Touch.

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Associate Professor Simon Woods talsk to iSOFT

Clinicians Need Mobile Access to Clinical Information

22 Jun 2011

Associate Professor Simon Woods, Executive Director Medical Services at Cabrini Health in Melbourne, talks about the need for mobile access to clinical information.

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Dr Andrew Bowers talks to iSOFT

Clinician uptake of electronic medication management systems

22 Jun 2011

Dr Andrew Bowers, Medical Director of IT, Southern DHB talks about the recent implementation of iSOFT Medication Management at Dunedin Hospital.

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Dr Andrew Bowers talks to iSOFT

Reducing medication errors with electronic medication management.

22 Jun 2011

Dr Andrew Bowers, Medical Director of IT, Southern DHB talks about the recent implementation of iSOFT Medication Management at Dunedin Hospital.

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Professor Runciman - Patient Safety

Professor WB Runciman interview - Part 2

22 Jun 2011

Second part of our interview with Professor Runciman, in which he discusses using incident reporting to drive safety and quality improvements in healthcare, the value of capturing near misses as well as adverse events and examples of clinical benefits and cost savings from patient safety research and incident monitoring .

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Professor Runciman - Patient Safety

Professor WB Runciman - Patient Safety

22 Jun 2011

An interview with Professor Runciman, in which he discusses the importance of classifying healthcare adverse events and incidents, strategies for classifying incidents when resources are limited and world Health Organization (WHO) International Classification for Patient Safety (ICPS).

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Erika Karplus

Erika Karplus - The Benefits of Personalised Healthcare

Erika Karplus, Vice President Market Development at Proteus Biomedical, discusses the benefits of truly personalised heathcare devices and services in an interview at the Ideaworks for Healthcare 2009 innovation conference hosted by iSOFT.

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Ideaworks 2009

Ideaworks for Healthcare 2009 innovation conference highlights

Highlights of the Ideaworks for Healthcare 2009 innovation conference hosted by iSOFT.

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iSOFT Corporate Intro

iSOFT Integrated Medicare Easyclaim

An introduction to iSOFT's Integrated Medicare Easyclaim system.

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iSOFT and HP

iSOFT and HP

iSOFT Group Limited, one of the largest providers of healthcare IT solutions in the world, explains how their data centre transformation project reduces operating and energy costs while enabling growth

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Malcolm Gladwell

Malcolm Gladwell - Innovation in Healthcare

Malcolm Gladwell is bestselling author of titles such as The Tipping Point and Outliers. In this interview Malcolm reflects on new ideas in healthcare and the importance of framing issues in language that can be understood clearly by clinicians, patients and governments.

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Nigel Milan Part 1

Nigel Milan interviewed at Ideaworks 2009 Part 1

Nigel Milan, National Chief Executive of the Royal Flying Doctor Service of Australia, discusses the Royal Flying Doctors service and the effect it has on local communities in part 1 of this interview from the Ideaworks for Healthcare Innovation Conference 2009, sponsored by iSOFT.

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