UN adopts Queensland Health's patient deterioration systems

Queensland Health has signed an agreement with the United Nations to allow its early warning and response clinical observation charts to be used in UN-operated facilities globally.

The Queensland Adult Deterioration Detection System (Q-ADDS) and the Children’s Early Warning and Response System Tool (CEWT) are used throughout Queensland and are being rolled out electronically in the state's integrated electronic medical record (ieMR).

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: Queensland Health, iEMR

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