DIGITAL1ST case studies
See examples of Queensland Government advancing our digital future below.
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Read about the Science Division’s API management proof of concept, and how it could transform their legacy web services into fully managed, open and interoperable data services.
See the benefits of this project to share patient healthcare information between Queensland GPs and public hospitals.
Discover how going digital is benefiting hospital patients and medical professionals.
Read about CQ Disaster Hack 2018 and the innovative and collaborative solutions participants developed to address the challenges of disaster management.
Learn more about Children’s Health Queensland's (CHQ) innovative way to help medical officers strengthen their professional knowledge and abilities while seamlessly accessing the information they need to improve patient experience.
Read about how the Digitally Integrated Stroke Care (DISC) Project will enhance the Integrated Electronic Medical Record (ieMR) to reduce the data entry burden on clinical staff, and integrate data capture with clinical workflow processes.
The digital hospital provides many challenges and opportunities. The Integrated Electronic Medical Record (ieMR) offers the potential to refine current systems and processes to increase efficiency and safety in the transfer of care communication from outpatient clinics.
Read about how the Integrated Electronic Medical Record (ieMR) and digitising patient flow is improving the quality and efficiency of care for patients.
Find out how drones are helping to protect and restore marine habitat in the Great Barrier Reef.
Find out how Queensland Health improved outpatient clinic utilisation by reducing the number of patients who fail to attend appointments.
Find out how digitising complex fire management calculations is making bush fire danger prediction more accurate.
Read about the Coastal Impact Unit’s machine learning proof of concept, and how machine learning could help predict storm surge levels up to 24 hours in advance.
Find out how TMR aims to meet the challenges and expectations of an increasingly digital world.
See the details of this project to collate trauma-related data from multiple sources into a single repository for clinical use.