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Calvary ED going paperless

By johnboy - 27 July 2013 2

Chief Minister Gallagher has announced that Calvary has rolled out a new paperless system:

The Intensive Care Unit (ICU) and Coronary Care Unit (CCU) at Calvary Hospital are now using an electronic clinical information system following the successful rollout of the new ICT system MetaVision, Chief Minister and Minister for Health, Katy Gallagher, announced today.

“MetaVision is a paperless clinical information system, which enables staff to manage all clinical documentation electronically. All patient notes, medication details, assessments, and patient observations for ICU and CCU patients at Calvary Hospital are now recorded electronically.

“Both major hospitals within the ACT are now using the MetaVision information system within their Intensive Care Unit.

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Calvary ED going paperless
dungfungus 12:43 pm 27 Jul 13

While both hospitals are using the new MetaVison Information system, I believe that access of the data can only be accessed by individual hospitals ie, Calvary can’t acess TCH on line and vice versa.
I hope I am found incorrect on this one.

goggles13 8:43 am 27 Jul 13

does this mean that Canberra and Calvary Hospitals can now upload discharge summaries to the PCEHR?

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