Alfred Health at the bedside with mobile workstations

Alfred Health will roll out mobile workstations at the bedside to provide access to its Cerner electronic medical record as part of its Electronic Timely Quality Care (eTQC) program.

The health service, which includes The Alfred, Caulfield and Sandringham hospitals in Melbourne, has issued a tender for two different configurations of the workstations, one model for doctors and one for nurses that has lockable drawers for medication administration.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: Cerner, Alfred Health

You need to log in to post comments. If you don't have a Pulse+IT website account, click here to subscribe.

Sign up for Pulse+IT eNewsletters

Sign up for Pulse+IT website access

For more information, click here.

Copyright © 2018 Pulse+IT Magazine
No content published on this website can be reproduced by any person for any reason without the prior written permission of the publisher.