South Western Sydney puts dbMotion into action for real-time data sharing

South Western Sydney Primary Health Network (SWSPHN) has launched a pioneering interoperability project using Allscripts' dbMotion solution to extract patient data from GP desktop systems and share it in real time with local hospitals, and from discharge summaries uploaded to the My Health Record to present to GPs.

Dubbed Project iRAD, which stands for Integrated Realtime Active Data, the project will initially provide a minimum data set based on the NSW Agency for Clinical Innovation's (ACI) safe clinical handover resource (PDF), which is structured around the ISBAR (Identify, Situation, Background, Assessment and Recommendation) template and includes information that identifies the patient, outlines their diagnoses and reason for referral, and provides relevant medical history, test results, allergies and medications.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: Allscripts, South Western Sydney PHN, dbMotion, Project iRAD

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