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Save hours in the work day with Alcidion’s clinical enablement solution

By Kate Quirke in Digital Health CONNECT Magazine New Zealand healthcare professionals are paged an average of 3.5 times per hour and spend seven percent of their workday responding to those notifications. Pager communication often lacks standardisation, content consistency, or an indication of urgency – creating a challenge for clinicians to prioritise requests and manage

Topics | Digital Health | Patient Safety

How Kate Quirke became the only female CEO on Australia’s All Tech Index


For there to be a meaningful shift, companies need to take deliberate action to advance women in their organisations by improving recruitment, culture and career development opportunities. Kate Quirke is the Managing Director of Australian health informatics company Alcidion. She is the only female CEO in the 46 companies that make up the Australian Securities

Topics | Women in IT

A Guide to FHIR Events Platforms and the Advantages over FHIR Servers and HIEs

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By Nick White, Brian Dorricott, Paul Deffley and Vivek Krishnan 75% of healthcare executives rank data interoperability as the highest or one of the highest priorities for their organisation, according to industry leaders in a 2022 Google Cloud and Fierce Healthcare survey.  Interoperability has been a persistent challenge due to the complexity of technical, regulatory,

Topics | Interoperability

Clinical communications: When tech responds to junior doctors


Junior doctors are saving hours on shifts, safety has been enhanced, and nurses can easily see when clinicians will respond to deteriorating patients, following a clinical communications project at Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. Dr Omer Ali, internal medicine trainee and clinical informatics fellow, tells the story. For a junior doctor, the typical working

Topics | Patient Safety

Manx Care deepens Alcidion relationship after positive patient outcomes

Isle of Man healthcare group leans on Patientrack to auto-escalate cases of deteriorating patients, setting the scene for increased NHS uptake.     Melbourne, Australia: Alcidion Group is pleased to announce Isle of Man medical service Manx Care has deepened its usage of Patientrack after achieving transformative improvements for its patients. The news is another positive endorsement

Topics | Digital Health | Uncategorized

Te Whatu Ora MidCentral upgrade to Miya Precision on Alcidion Cloud

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Alcidion is pleased to announce that Te Pae Hauora o Ruahine o Tararua MidCentral District (MidCentral) has recently completed a substantial upgrade to Miya Precision, an important milestone in their digital maturity journey.  Situated in the southern region of New Zealand’s North Island, the MidCentral District serves a population of approximately 190,000 residents. MidCentral is

Topics | Digital Health | Uncategorized

A Modular eBCMS for Targeted Patient Flow Improvement

NHS England is facing a critical shortage of hospital beds, with less than half of the total capacity from 30 years ago now unavailable. While the number of beds have declined, the number of patients treated has significantly increased. The UK has just 2.4 hospital beds per 1,000 people, well below the OECD EU average

Topics | Digital Health | Uncategorized