Integrating digital medical records – Lessons from a New Digital Hospital Implementation
Join our webinar and express your interest in a follow-up workshop in Melbourne.
This workshop will look at the Mexia solution for integrating electronic records and its potential for your hospital and health organisation – an ideal forum for senior health ICT staff as well as clinical advisors. Numbers will be limited.
Date: Wednesday 28 June 2017
Location: Moon Space, Ether Conference Centre, 265-281 Little Bourke St, Melbourne VIC 3000 (in the The Swanston Melbourne Grand Mercure and Mercure Hotel Welcome)
“We chose Mexia because of their specialist experience in Microsoft integration technologies, and for their ability to manage integration complexity in a health environment. Their agile delivery methodologies and high-quality documentation enabled us to meet our tight timelines.”
Bruce Winzar, CIO, Bendigo Health
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The potential for digital health records is widely recognised – whether it’s patients ordering their own meals using a bedside entertainment system, doctors viewing patients’ entire histories from their iPads after hours, or even pharmacy prescriptions being sent and billed electronically. As an industry, we’ve been striving for fantastic outcomes such as these, enabled by integrated digital health records, for years.
In 2016, Mexia helped Bendigo Health effectively integrate its core clinical care technologies and Digital Medical Records into one seamless solution. This was the first solution of its kind to be delivered on time, on budget, and with more integrated technology than any other. Mexia worked collaboratively and in an agile way with Bendigo Health from the outset. Thanks to Mexia, Bendigo Health’s clinicians now benefit from significantly enhanced visibility regarding their patients’ history, current needs, results and future care requirements. For patients, it has meant improvements in the quality and safety of care they receive, as well as outcomes such as reduced length of stay and re-admissions.
The Webinar is hosted by HISA’s Greg Moran with presenters: Dean Robertson, Mexia CEO; Bendigo Health’s Danny Lindrea Director of ICT Architecture and the Executive Director Acute Health Robyn Lindsay.