Using a combination of digital technologies and related services, Dimension Data helped ISPPC create a smart hospital group, where every operational discipline contributes to the seamless provision of the most advanced care available. Caregiver satisfaction, patient trust, and operational agility ha
By Jason Brandt, Director - Dimension Data Healthcare PracticeThe old adage of a pebble tossed into a pond is well known – in large part, due to its universal application to so many topics. Yet, when it comes to delivering mobile technology in a clinical environment, we still often see the pro
By Martin Burns, Dimension Data General Manager, Healthcare, Australia While hospital administrations understand the life-saving necessity for electronic medical records (EMR), they don’t always know how to build a business case for the extra expenditure that an effective EMR system entails. &n
For as long as there have been connected networks, the focus of IT security has been on controlling access to enterprise data and resources. While perfectly understandable, this is by definition a defensive posture. As networks become more complex and enterprises grow increasingly reliant on digital
By Matthew Drayson, Dimension Data Director Analytics and Information Services, AustraliaOften the last considered and least glamorous aspect of healthcare, workplace health and safety, may soon become a significant contributor to improved national health – thanks to the use of wearable techn
Dimension Data deployed a combination of scalable and cost-effective solutions to enable a level of patient care that matched the impressive nature of the new state of the art hospital.
EMS is mandated to deliver emergency medical services to the citizens of the Western Cape. When it comes to saving lives, it’s critical to get the right people to the right patient at the right time. In this video, EMS talks to their partnership with Dimension Data and how technology has enabled a
The surgery department is critical to a hospital’s financial well-being and patient safety initiatives, so there’s little room for inefficiencies. Improvements in perioperative operations can have major impacts on hospital staff and finances. Efficiencies in patient handling and throughput help
In September 2014, the US recorded its first case of the Ebola Virus Disease within its borders. This has prompted many countries to re-evaluate this disease and the procedures for dealing with it. Click on the whitepaper below to read more.
Rachel Dunscombe is chief information officer for Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust, which runs Salford Royal Hospital in England. But Rachel will be the first to tell you that her job ‘is not about technology.’’Technology is an enabler, certainly, but the job is about people,’ she say
The use of health information technology continues to expand in healthcare. Healthcare organizations are using web-based applications and other ‘portals’ that give physicians, nurses, medical staff, administrative employees, and patients increased access to electronic health information. Provide
As a leading Australian not-for-profit provider of residential aged care, community care and retirement living, Blue Care looked to reduce travel time and mobilise its staff. Introducing 800 Apple iPads has increased their productivity as well as enhanced the quality of care.