A Retrospective Evaluation of a Multidisciplinary Management Strategy Implemented to Optimise Outpatient Care, Hospitalisation Rates and Clinical Outcomes in a Single Centre Cohort of COVID-19 Positive Pregnant Women in Australia during the Omicron BA.1 surge
Summary of the multidisciplinary, collaborative and integrated model of care for supporting covid positive patients:
We investigated whether COVIDCare, a patient-reported telehealth symptom monitoring system, was successful at delivering safe monitoring and care for these patients leading to decreased hospital presentations.
The model of care established and implemented by Alfred Health provides a template for the expansion of home-based care for future pandemics and as a way to better treat other chronic conditions at home
Hear from Associate Professor Natalie Yang, Austin Health’s Medical Director of Radiology, about their use of Radiology Hub to improve radiology reporting quality and efficiencies, assisted by medical natural language processing
“The results are quite incredible - we had a roadmap that was aimed at enabling a more agile approach of developing all sorts of different features and capabilities using platforms such as Azure,” Alan Pritchard - Austin Health Director of EMR and ICT services
PWC publication on the future of virtual care in Australia, noting reference to our digital first approach to monitor, detect and escalate clinical deterioration while they convalesce at home.
AI in healthcare is an emerging field, for us focused on how to help support clinical decisions by providing more information about the patient's current situation.