Latest News and Articles
9 Nov 2023
Clinicians Stretched and Need Help? Where’s the Helpful Technology?
Software should help clinicians and their support staff to make decisions confidently and quickly. When technology delivers strong content, intelligent searchability and efficient workflows, it reduces and simplifies the tasks that clinicians, nurses and administrators need to complete each day.
7 Sept 2023
Concerned about the impact that new NZ HPV screening standards and guidelines will have on your practice? How the transition can be safe and simple.
During the recent ASCCP Scientific Meeting in Queenstown, there was a lot of discussion around what the New Zealand HPV screening guidelines and new standards will mean for clinicians. The introduction of HPV screening, and in particular self-testing, is expected to result in an increase in referrals to colposcopy over both the short and medium term.
4 Jul 2023
Why Appropriate Investment in Digital Health Will Vastly Improve Our Health System
Smart new hospital technology is becoming increasingly affordable, bringing to hospitals the ability to strengthen and scale health systems to save more lives. Yet uptake is slow - caused in part by decision-makers who still hold a view focused almost solely on short-term financial measures. This view fails to consider the large downstream value created from connecting clinicians and patients to a digital health ecosystem, and the positive long-term impact on individual hospitals, department staff and patients.
29 May 2023
Announcement: Gynaecology Plus Becomes the First Specialist Gynaecology Software to Integrate With The Australian National Cancer Screening Register
We are very pleased to announce that Australian Gynaecology departments using Gynaecology Plus are now able to automatically submit diagnostic and treatment colposcopy data directly to the National Cancer Screening Register (NCSR). The benefits of this integration include automated compliance, reduction of NCSR administration and improving the quality of the register; which liberates hours of clinicians’ time each week.
24 Apr 2023
The Time & Effort Needed to Create Accurate, Centralised Gynaecology Clinical Records & Correspondence is Now Significantly Reduced
Lack of data integration within hospital departments means that clinical note recording, correspondence and MDT meeting coordination are time-consuming. Patient information is often not readily available, and tests are often duplicated. Increasingly, clinicians are asking why there isn’t a better way to create accurate records where information is faster to enter, and everything is stored in a single place so that patient data is immediately available.
5 Mar 2023
Clinical Specialty Systems Power-up Your EMR
Eight years into the rollout of the new Electronic Medical Record (EMR), a comprehensive assessment of Australia’s digital maturity in Queensland has found that clinicians’ workflows suffer from a lack of data integration. Many disconnected systems and devices are interrupting the efforts of hospital departments to increase efficiency, increasing the time taken for staff to complete tasks and causing a continued reliance on complex manual data collection and extraction.
27 Nov 2022
Gynaecologists are Now Implementing Smart New Clinical Systems to Liberate Time and Bring Greater Peace of Mind
Gynaecologists have shared a growing concern that with increasing workloads, abnormal patient results might possibly be missed - and that there’s a great need for a fully visible management system that provides a much easier audit of clinical outcomes. With a solution now available, higher levels of visibility and enablement are having an immediate impact on the clinician’s peace of mind and well-being.
15 Oct 2022
How Australasian Gynaecologists are Shortening Waitlists by Liberating 30% of Their Time
Extreme understaffing, overburdened clinicians, and far from reasonable patient backlogs are testing our ‘fragile’ health service. The public perceives that routine gynaecological care is often not being delivered in a timely manner - with many Australasian women believing that they are not receiving the care that they are due.