Today’s clinical and non-clinical staff spend too much time on things that don’t interact, according to Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) President Dr Harry Nespolon. “Let me explain what a normal day in general medicine looks like without interoperability. I see a patient who went to the hospitalRead More →

Inefficient central systems and processes for managing the patient lifecycle are causing a “significant gap” between patient expectations and the reality of healthcare providers, according to a new industry study. This, according to the report, “hinders” Australian healthcare providers. Fifty-eight percent said there were ineffective communication mechanisms between the hospitalRead More →