Prospitalia h-trak provides integrated procedure information that enables hospitals to achieve cost savings and process efficiencies.
Using barcoding and mobile data capture technologies, the h-trak system accurately identifies products used in surgical and interventional procedures, to provide a rich source of procedure information. Finance, Clinical and Procurement managers can use the data to review performance, make informed decisions and automate functions, such as purchasing.
Since commencement, more than 1.9 million procedures have been captured through the system worldwide.
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With more than 860,000 members and $56 billion invested globally on their behalf, we've learned a thing or two about looking after our members.
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The Australian Council on Healthcare Standards (ACHS) is Australia’s largest, independent, not-for-profit healthcare accreditation provider.
ACHS’s mission is to provide a partnership approach to continuous improvement tailored to the needs of individual organisations using its expertise on standards, accreditation, education and training.
Based in Sydney, and founded in 1974, ACHS supports both the national accreditation system as well as developing its own accreditation programs for Australian and overseas markets.
ACHS is dedicated to improving the quality of health care in Australia and overseas through continual review of performance assessment and accreditation. It is accredited by the International Society for Quality in Health Care (ISQua).
ACHS is proud of its Clinical Indicator Program (CIP) established in 1989 to facilitate consistent measurement of clinical care for ACHS members.
Now in its 32nd year, the CIP both informs the industry and shapes the quality improvements being made across the health sector primarily in hospitals, day procedure centres, mental health units and community health settings.
The CIP examines data sources from a broad range of clinical specialty areas and by identifying variations and trends within data, provides organisations with opportunities to benchmark and improve. More than 20 clinical specialties are covered.
Membership to the CIP is free for ACHS accredited members.
Launched in 2016, the Improvement Academy has educated more than 7,000 healthcare managers, General and quality managers, CEOs and clinicians. It offers customised education to support ongoing quality improvement initiatives.
The University of Tasmania is continually developing and adapting our suite of healthcare programs to ensure we provide the highest quality education. Based in Tasmania and reaching students nationally, we are specialists in high quality professional development across a range of health professions. Wherever you join us from, we’ll provide you with an engaging learning experience, tailored to the areas you’re passionate about. Take your career further with us. Learn more.
Butterfly Systems provides revolutionary online hospital management software for public hospitals, private hospitals and day clinics. We use a “software as a service" (SaaS) business model, where software is hosted at data centres in the cloud.
This allows the provision of services across large, fragmented hospital departments, surgeons' rooms, materials supply, health funds and other related entities. Additions and extensions to functionality are developed in response to the needs of hospitals in Australia and international markets as we see them.
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