Wikihospitals is a community that connects the public

with the latest Healthcare Tech services
Common Problems?Startup Solutions!

Transparency

What We Offer

Raising awareness and educating Australians

About issues in the healthcare industry

 

 

 

A growing repository of patients and startups stories

Paper records and preventable errors. Technology that offers fast, accurate solutions.

 

 

 

Engaging with key industry influencers

Health startups, consumer groups, hospitals and clinics and technology organisations

 

 

 

Solving Problems for both Doctors and Patients

Time poor, unsure about modern health technology, anxious. Both sides of the hospital bed have similar problems.

 

 

 

Building a Community,
Unique Content,
Authenticity

Our offer to Patients: Raising awareness of common errors and new, safer technologies. Consultation services for patients in need of independent advice.

Our offer to Startups: Promoting new technology to Australians. Consultation services for startups seeking to connect with the marketplace.

Technology

Problems we Address

Health Facilities Unaware Of Their Error Risks

Using outdated technology like paper drug charts, DOS and pagers, leading to information silos across hospitals, inaccurate communication between clinical staff and inaccurate patient records.

Governments, Insurers and Patients Unaware of Unnecessary Costs

Wasting the most expensive beds in hospitals with patients who would be more comfortable with Home Intensive Care Services. Allowing Emergency Departments to overflow, instead of using bed management software to redirect ambulances to where beds are available. Leaving patients waiting for rehabilitation placement, instead of offering virtual reality and haptic sensors from day one.

Patients Unaware They Are Receiving Outdated Treatments

People with type 1 diabetes never told about algorithms that are able to predict and prevent life threatening conditions like hypoglycaemia. People with cancer never told that potentially unsafe doses of chemotherapy are being given in some hospitals using paper drug charts, while other hospitals are using software designed to prevent this happening.

Self reliance

Featured blog posts

Childhood deaths that might have been prevented

10 JUNE, 2018 Unnecessary deaths Suppressed technology Parents kept in the dark When children are born, parents don't foresee spending their nights waking up every two hours, to prick their child's finger and test their blood sugar levels. Or face the terrifying...

Staying engaged with Physitrack

30 MAY, 2018 Video exercise programs Tele health communications Smart device tracking Delia: I would like to introduce Marijn Kortekaas, the general manager for Physitrack. It's a platform that promotes four key areas, which is fitness, exercises, fitness tracking,...

Making Lyfe easier for Doctors

28 MARCH, 2016 One step payment systems Automated appointment reminders No more 'no shows' from customers Delia: Dallas Mayne, welcome to Wikihospitals. Dallas: Oh, thank you. Delia: To introduce you, Dallas, you're the CEO and co-founder of Lyfe Group. You run an...

Vale Sally Crossing

This article is a tribute to Sally Crossing. She was a tireless advocate for cancer patients, and lobbied for greater accountability of the health industry.

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