Osler Technology rolls out at Noosa as funding ignites clinical passport app

A clinical performance benchmarking platform developed by Queensland start-up Osler Technology that allows hospitals to measure the clinical competencies of staff is being rolled out at Noosa Hospital on the Sunshine Coast, with Mackay Hospital also implementing the system to support the procedural elements of the junior doctor curriculum.

Osler Technologies has also rolled out its individual clinical passport app, which allows doctors and nurses to build a digital portfolio of their skills as they acquire procedural certifications, which company co-founder Todd Fraser said was also applicable to primary care clinicians, especially rural practitioners.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: Osler

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