White Papers and Reports

A CEO perspective on the future provision of healthcare in Australia

A CEO perspective on the future provision of healthcare in Australia

In this report,  two CEOs in the NSW Healthcare sector share insights into the approaches they are each using to manage the increasing demand on systems to ensure quality provision of healthcare services now and in the years to come.

Extracting value from contracts in Healthcare Infrastructure Projects Insights from Queensland Health

Extracting value from contracts in Healthcare Infrastructure Projects Insights from Queensland Health

David Sinclair is the Executive Director of The Capital and Asset Services Branch (CASB), which oversees the delivery of Queensland Health’s 2017-18 capital budget of almost $1 Billion whist managing its $15 Billion asset base.

The primary focus for CASB is aligning the budget to consumer needs, whilst maintaining value for money for all Queenslanders.

In this article, David shares insight into the principles CASB is using to strengthen relationships with vendors and how they are making improvements in procurement processes to ensure the success of their capital works projects across Queensland.

Australian Healthcare Week Newsletter: A CEO perspective on the future provision of healthcare in Australia

In this report, two CEOs in the NSW Healthcare sector share insights into the approaches they are each using to manage the increasing demand on systems to ensure quality provision of healthcare services now and in the years to come.

5 Major Trends Shaping the Delivery of Health Facilities

5 Major Trends Shaping the Delivery of Health Facilities

Ahead of Australian Healthcare Week 2018, we take a look at some of the key development projects currently underway across Australia and the challenges, strategies and solutions required to ensure successful project execution and completion.

Mitigating alarm fatigue and improving clinical productivity – the role of intelligent middleware in delivering efficient care

Mitigating alarm fatigue and improving clinical productivity – the role of intelligent middleware in delivering efficient care

Much has been written about the danger of alarm (or alert) fatigue as it relates to patient safety. Often overlooked, however, is the extent to which productivity is negatively impacted when caregivers are overwhelmed by unending alarms, many of which are nuisance or non-actionable events.

This paper looks at the ways in which alarm fatigue impedes efficient care. It also offers a solution in the form of intelligent middleware—easily integrated software that can overcome those challenges and promote optimal caregiver productivity.

The Emergence of the Demand Driven Service Chain

The Emergence of the Demand Driven Service Chain

In Australia, the services sector makes up almost 70% of GDP, which in 2015-16 was $1.66 trillion, and employs around 78% of the workforce. The largest components of the sector are tourism, education, healthcare and financial services.

As such a significant portion of our economy, it is important to understand what a service, service chain and service chain management is.

Download this exclusive white paper to explore the emergence of demand driven Service Chain and delve into the impact of effective utilisation for your business.