Success Stories

St Vincent’s & Mater Health, Sydney

Emerging Systems have worked in partnership with St Vincent’s & Mater Health Sydney (SVMH) to provide a web-enabled Clinical Information System. Known as deLacy internally, the EHS Clinical Information System provides tracking and recording of patient care from pre-admission through to post discharge. Furthermore, the system connects with local GP systems to notify doctors of admission and discharges of their patients. Emerging Systems EHS Solution was also the first hospital vendor clinical information system solution to connect with the National Personally Controlled Electronic Health Record (PCEHR) to upload standardised documents including Discharge Summaries, Event Summaries, e-Referrals and Specialist Letters.

South Australian Government, SA Health

When the South Australian Government – SA Health went to the market seeking a state-wide Clinical Information System Solution, they selected Emerging Systems EHS Clinical Information System. SA Health sought a system which would allow for:-

  • Secure and efficient transfer of patient information between hospitals particularly country and metropolitan hospitals.
  • Improved patient safety through standardisation of terminology and clinical interventions which could be translated to guide care within the selected clinical information system.
  • A reduction in duplication of effort by clinicians when documenting.
  • Measurement of actual clinical care requirements for predictive workforce planning.

Known internally as Clinical Practice Support or CPS, the system is successfully deployed in several hospitals providing a range of functionality to clinical staff including collection of clinical information, allergies & alerts, Risk Assessments , Patient Care Guides/ Clinical Pathways, Clinical Messaging, Discharge Summaries, Staff Allocation and Workforce Resource Calculation.

Furthermore, the system guides care delivery based on individual patient diagnoses and needs to ensure that acceptable care levels are delivered and can be monitored while improving clinician access to vital patient information.

Hungry Jack’s®

Hungry Jack’s® required the installation of a WiFi network to all 340+ stores nationally to provide a WiFi service for their customers along with their ability to capture customer information. Emerging Systems was involved as part of a $6 million networking and telecommunications contract with Primus Australia. The wireless service used technologies by Aruba Networks, Check Point Software, Emerging Systems and others. A key benefit was the ability to analyse customer usage patterns to allow for more targeted marketing campaigns. For example, Hungry Jack’s® can tell the type of device manufacturer customers were using to access its WiFi service.

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Cryosite required an internet-based storage and tracking system to optimise the management and monitoring of extensive data components. Emerging Systems developed a system called “Cryobyte” using our proprietary set of software tools.

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HAMB Systems

HAMB Systems is a software development company wholly owned by a group of small to medium health funds which account for 60% of all health funds in Sydney. They needed to automate a manual process of secure patient information provision for the private health funds. Emerging Systems provided HAMB Systems with an internet-based patient eligibility system which allows hospitals to securely enter data for a patient and an episode of care and provides a range of financial and audit reporting.

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  • E-Health
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