Northern Territory completes second stage rollout of Acacia PHR

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The Northern Territory authorities has accomplished the second stage rollout of its new affected person well being file system.

Following its first implementation at Katherine Hospital, the A$259 million ($182 million) Acacia system is now additionally in use on the 30-bed acute care Gove Hospital.

Furthermore, the PHR system is being rolled out in renal providers throughout the High Finish area, which incorporates Darwin, Katherine, Kakadu, and Arnhem Land. It was initially deployed in 4 renal dialysis websites late final yr and is now coming to extra websites in central Australia early this yr.

“Workers on web site now use Acacia to seize same-day information on dialysis remedies,” a media launch famous.

WHY IT MATTERS

NT’s Acacia system will enable a clinic nurse in a distant Aboriginal group or a health care provider in an intensive care ward in Darwin to entry the identical affected person file in actual time, and know what care has been supplied in different care settings. 

Our hardworking docs, nurses and different healthcare professionals are in a position to entry data on affected person allergy symptoms, alerts and drugs making therapy choices sooner and with much less threat… Having a Territory-wide digital affected person database will enable NT Well being to raised help our transient and most susceptible Territorians,” defined NT Chief Minister Natasha Fyles.

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