Advanced Analytics for Healthcare

February 12, 2019

Healthcare systems face multiple challenges, including ageing populations, evolving healthcare needs and rising costs.  We provide tailored end-to-end analytics solutions, allowing healthcare providers to inject ongoing intelligence into key processes to improve patients’ access to high-quality care, supported by cost-effective operations.

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Bendigo Health

With more than 3500 staff and covering an area a quarter of the size of Victoria, Bendigo Health Care Group (commonly known as Bendigo Health) is an expanding regional health service offering the advantages of city life combined with the beauty and freedom that comes from living in a regional area. Bendigo Health, around 665 bed service*, treated almost 42,000 inpatients, triaged more than 50,000 emergency attendees and welcomed more than 1,400 new born babies in the reporting period July 1, 2015 to June 30, 2016.

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2021 Health Technology Predictions & Trends

Infographic | September 2, 2021

Healthcare was forever reshaped by the COVID-19 pandemic – now, as 2021 hits full steam ahead, that evolution is set to continue. Let’s explore some of the trends driving healthcare and healthcare technology forward in 2021 and beyond.

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New Survey Confirms Broken State of Healthcare Communications

Infographic | December 4, 2019

The healthcare industry has made many advances over the last few decades, yet one area where innovation is severely lacking is organization-wide communications. One of the most crucial, foundational aspects of the industry that almost single-handedly allows care to happen in the first place happens to be one of the major roadblocks for doctors, nurses, allied health professionals, and staff.

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5 Things to Know About the Rapid Acceleration of Digital Health

Infographic | April 15, 2021

A silver lining from the COVID-19 global pandemic is the rapid acceleration of digital health and telemedicine. Check out the top 5 digital health trends in this infographic, courtesy ofReal Chemistry.

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Future Trends in Digital Healthcare 2022

Infographic | December 9, 2021

The global digital health market was valued at $96.5 billion in 2020 and is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 15.1% from 2021 to 2028.

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The state of healthcare communications

Infographic | October 5, 2021

What are the trends, challenges, and predictions for the future of healthcare communications?Tofind out, we surveyedhundreds ofhealthcare professionals in July 2021fromhospitals and health systems nationwide and found three major takeaways: 1)Communication via unsecure or personalcommunication tools is a concern 2)Clinician burnout has increasedas a result ofthe COVID-19 pandemic.Improved communication could help address the risk 3)New communicationtechnologies are on the horizon. Download the infographic for more information and statistics on the three major takeawaysfrom the2021State of Healthcare Communications report.

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Hacking Healthcare – A Sensitive Industry Under Attack

Infographic | January 8, 2020

Healthcare organizations collect and store vast amounts of personal information, making them a major target for cyber-criminals. Healthcare breaches are especially serious because personal data can, in some cases, mean the difference between life and death. For example, says Carlisle, it could cause medications to become mixed up – or people might fail to get treatment for conditions such as diabetes.

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Spotlight

Bendigo Health

With more than 3500 staff and covering an area a quarter of the size of Victoria, Bendigo Health Care Group (commonly known as Bendigo Health) is an expanding regional health service offering the advantages of city life combined with the beauty and freedom that comes from living in a regional area. Bendigo Health, around 665 bed service*, treated almost 42,000 inpatients, triaged more than 50,000 emergency attendees and welcomed more than 1,400 new born babies in the reporting period July 1, 2015 to June 30, 2016.

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