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Title: Using Point of Care Systems to Deliver Patient-Centric Care: Lessons from an Australian Case Study
Authors: Wickramasinghe, Nilmini
O'Connor, Louise
Haddad, Peter
Keywords: Patient-Centric Care
Healthcare Delivery
Quality of Care
Private Not-For-Profit Tertiary Healthcare Group
Point Of Care System
Patient-Provider Relationship
Epworth Chair of Health Information Management
Issue Date: 4-Nov-2017
Citation: Wickramasinghe, N., O'connor, L. & Haddad, P. (2017). Using Point of Care Systems to Deliver Patient-Centric Care: Lessons from an Australian Case Study. In Proceedings of the AIA 2017 Annual Symposium. p.2123
Wickramasinghe, N., O'connor, L. & Haddad, P. (2017). Using Point of Care Systems to Deliver Patient-Centric Care: Lessons from an Australian Case Study. In Proceedings of the AIA 2017 Annual Symposium. p.2123
Conference Name: AMIA American Medical Informatics annual symposium
Conference Location: Washington D.C
Abstract: Ensuring a high level of patient-centric care is an integral consideration globally for healthcare delivery today. Evidence from the literature underscores the benefits of such an approach for enhancing the quality of care and reducing associated costs. This study investigates the use of a point of care system’s ability to deliver high value patient-centric care across a private not-for-profit tertiary healthcare group in Australia. The results show that the examined system supports patient-centric care by facilitating the fostering of good relationships between patients and their clinicians, as well as building a cultural shift towards patient-centric care as part of standard practice.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11434/1697
Type: Conference Paper
Affiliated Organisations: Health Informatics
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