How The San enticed doctors to use its EMR

More than 85 per cent of visiting medical officers at the Sydney Adventist Hospital are now using its SanCare mobile app to access and update the hospital's electronic medical record, and following its launch in 2017, the hospital is now seeing 55 per cent of all doctor activity on the EMR done through the app.

The San, one of the largest private hospitals in Australia with 500 inpatient beds, 700 active VMOs and 2000 nurses, first rolled out its SanCare EMR in 2010. Both the EMR and the app have been developed in-house for use by credentialed doctors and nurses.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: HIC 2019, Sydney Adventist Hospital

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