Articles and Case Studies
Developing Superior Patient Care with State-of-the-art Healthcare Facilities and Cutting-Edge Technology Integration
Ahead of Victorian Healthcare Week and the Health Facilities Design & Development Summit 2018 we caught up with Dale Fisher, Chief Executive of the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre (Peter Mac). In this article Dale shares detail of the innovations integrated within the new VCCC and delves into how this state-of-the-art facility is providing superior patient care and accelerating research by fostering collaboration amongst world-class cancer researchers.
Ahead of Health Facilities Design and Development, and Victorian Healthcare Week 2018 were Tobi Wilson, General Manager at the Prince Of Wales and Sydney Eye Hospitals will present a session, we take a look at the $720m redevelopment and delve into how the precinct is working to become a flexible, accessible and collaborative 21st Century hospital precinct that will deliver superior patient care well into the future.
Exploring Innovative Hospital Design & Development: Insight into the Development Strategies and Integrated Innovations
In this ebook, we look at some of the most exciting and innovative hospital projects currently under development and explore how these projects are improving healthcare outcomes through the integration of new models of care, new technology and new project delivery methods.
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- St Vincent’s comprehensive master plan preparing for future growth
- Harnessing co-creation and collaboration at the Christchurch Health Precinct
- Monash Children’s Hospital’s delivery of unique, patient driven experiences
- Leveraging cutting-edge technology at the Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre
- Effective change management and staff engagement at Bendigo Hospital
Ahead of the Health Facilities Design & Development Summit and Victorian Healthcare Week 2018 we chat to Damian Armour, Chief Executive Officer at Epworth Geelong. In this article Damian chats to us Epworth’s new $270 million dollar hospital in Geelong, and shares details of Epworth’s comprehensive stakeholder engagement strategies that helped to ensure the delivery of patient-centric healthcare facilities for the region.
Overcoming the 5 Biggest Pain Points in Hospital Design and Development: Lessons Learned from Australia’s Leading Hospitals
Ahead of Victorian Healthcare Week and the Health Facilities Design & Development Summit 2018 we take a look at some of the nation’s latest and greatest health facility projects and explore how project teams worked strategically to overcome design, development and delivery challenges.
Ahead of Disrupt Healthcare and Victorian Healthcare Week 2018 we take a look at emerging trends in healthcare and explore how they are affecting, influencing and shaping the future of Australian healthcare delivery.
Top Tips from Peter MacCallum’s Chief Nursing Officer: Managing New Workflows and Digital Transformation Amongst Nurses
Ahead of Victorian Healthcare Week 2018 we chat to Jac Mathieson, Chief Nursing Officer at the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre (Peter Mac). In this article Jac shares with us insights into Peter Mac’s digitisation journey, which includes the implementation of EMR and the upskilling of nursing staff, and delves into her lessons learned for seamless change management amongst nurses.
The Five Biggest Challenges Facing Nurses and Clinicians: How to Ready Yourself and your Team for the Future of Care Delivery
Ahead of Victorian Healthcare Week 2018 and the Nursing & Clinicians Expo we take a look at the five biggest challenges facing nurses and clinicians while healthcare transforms, and explore the solutions leveraged by some of Australia’s biggest healthcare providers.
An announcement by the Australian Digital Health Agency highlighted on Australia’s National Digital Health Strategy and how it will be able to solve problems concerning interoperability and secure communication. This strategy will also end dependence on fax machines and paper-based correspondence.
In order to address the issue of interoperability and secured communication among healthcare providers, professionals and patients and support the uptake of digital health services, the Council of Australian Governments (COAG) Health Council approved Australia’s National Digital Health Strategy. They described the strategy as Safe, Seamless and Secure...