iRAD in the media

iRAD featuring in news publications:

July 2020 - SWSPHN expansion

iRAD is expanding and new Specialist and General Practice clinics are joining  

July 2020 - Hospital and Healthcare

Project iRAD to exand in SW Sydney region 

Health Leader TV, Episode 2, Video 6
Introducing SWSPHN's iRAD

10/07/2019 - Pulse+IT Magazine
SWSPHN live with iRAD interoperability project using dbMotion

21/09/2017 - Medical Republic
A step forward to e-health data sharing

06/09/2017 - Pulse+IT Magazine
South Western Sydney puts dbMotion into action for real-time data sharing

06/09/2017 - South West Voice
Health system set to finally embrace the digital world

06/09/2017 - Wollondilly Advertiser
Macarthur patients part of Australian-first program

06/09/2017 - Campbelltown/Macarthur Advertiser
Macarthur patients part of Australian-first program

 

Some ALLSCRIPTS mentions with SWSPHN named, from global newswire:

06/09/2017 - Naswdaq
Allscripts' (MDRX) dbMotion Platform Selected by SWSPHN

06/09/2017 - ZACKS
Allscripts' (MDRX) dbMotion Platform Selected by SWSPHN

 

Global Case Studies of Allscripts dbMotion Implementations

 

dbMotion Functionality Overview video - January 2020 

Israel Ministry of Health (Israel) - COVID-19 How one connected community – an entire nation – fights back  

Israel built a huge wealth of data over the last 20 years. Now that the entire country has access to the information, providers can rapidly deploy that data to matters like COVID-19.

HCA Healthcare (Florida, USA) - How interoperability helped hospitals during the hurricanes    

“She came to one of our hospitals in Texas and went into labor. She had a premature infant on life support in the NICU. And then that day, the hurricane hit…. We had to transport her, and the nurses that were receiving her, it was like they had one record. All the blood cultures, and all of the data not only was available, but was available and graph-able and plot-able as if it was one hospitalization.”

Clalit Health Services (Israel) - A case study in national connectivity for better health

By 2015, the Clalit Health Services integrated data network was used in more than 2,000 hospital departments and clinics, returning about two million patient records a month to more than 15,000 users. The ability to readily exchange data certainly was a high hurdle to clear, but the ability to present relevant data in a format that a caregiver actually can use may have been the project’s greatest accomplishment.

Rochester Regional Health (New York, USA) - Diabetes; Integrating Cerner, Eic and more 

With these capabilities, this program helped reduce the number of patients with uncontrolled blood sugar levels by 14% and decreased the amount of time to get patients’ blood sugar to target to an average of 56 days, compared with the national average of more than one year

 

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