From best of breed to unified system at Macquarie University Hospital

Sydney's Macquarie University Hospital (MUH) has taken the unusual step of removing a number of best-of-breed clinical software systems after less than five years in operation and installing in their place a unified system based on InterSystems' TrakCare healthcare information solution.

First developed in Australia, TrakCare is built on InterSystems' HealthShare health informatics platform and provides a common user interface for a number of its core systems, including patient record, patient administration, order entry, medications and progress notes, as well as its add-on modules, which include laboratory, pharmacy, emergency department and radiology.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: InterSystems, Macquarie University Hospital, Stryker, da Vinci

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