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WebQI is an online Quality Improvement service.

If you want to have a look at it, it is here.

Initially focused on application in health care, WebQI was developed in response to the growing burden of data collection and analysis that health care professionals and organisations are expected to deal with.

WebQI simplifies the data collection and process, leaving more resources available to interpret the information that is collected. A core component of WebQI is a generic data collection framework that allows:

  • easy specification of data collection
  • automated reporting functions
  • group reporting / comparison reporting
  • self organisation of groups

Rather than explaining WebQI in detail, it is easier if you have a look at it for yourself.

WebQI selected for use at La Trobe Regional Hospital

Latrobe Regional Hospital has selected WebQI to provide electronic clinical audit to all surgical speciality units. The service provided will include development of clinical audit content for all specialities and ongoing maintenance.

The service also includes interfaces with third party systems. These interfaces will utilise HL7 messaging for integration with the local PAS and Active Directory for user account management.


Electronic Taskboard: Trialling in Paediatrics

A Electronic Taskboard module has been deployed within WebQI. It is currently being trialled by the paediatrics team at Monash Childrens.

Taskboard is a web based communication system that replaces paging of after hours cover doctors for non-urgent tasks.

A typical workflow would be as follows:

  • A nurse creates a task on taskboard, eg 'review antibiotics'.
    • Patient details are retrieved by WebQI from the patient administration system.
    • Patient unit, cover, ward and bed are assigned by the system (based on PAS details).
    • Background and task detail are added by the nurse.
  • The task is added to taskboard, showing the list of tasks for a given cover doctor.
  • Taskboard users can filter tasks by cover (eg front, back, surgical and paediatric cover), ward and unit.
  • The assigned after hours cover doctor can acknowledge the task in a single click.
    • Acknowledged tasks are time stamped, so the requestor knows the task has been seen.
    • A 'reply' function allows the cover doctor to ask any clarifying questions, or supply a status update for an ongoing task
  • Once the task is completed, the cover doctor marks the task completed.

All staff can view the list of current tasks and can track the staus of individual tasks, as well the current task load.

The user interface has emphasised simplicity, so as to make creating, tracking and completing tasks as straightforward as possible.

Communication of current task activity is transparent, leading to all staff being more informed. As a result, paging is reduced to urgent tasks only and less time is wasted on unnecessary communications (e.g. no status checks are needed).


ACF database and App - CPMEC Feasibility Study

On behalf of CPMEC (The Confederation of Postgraduate Medical Education Councils) Intelsoft is undertaking a feasibility study on the development of a database and App for their Australian Curriculum Framework for Junior Doctors (ACF). The study includes a scoping design which will outlines the specifications to describe the construction of an online system that can capture individual data entered via a web or App.

The study also includes a costing model for both the construction and ongoing maintenance of the electronic platform for the ACF. The current website for the ACF is here.


WebQI in use at St Vincent's Private Hospital, Melbourne

WebQI is being used as a platform to implement the Quality In Action program at St Vincent's Private Hospital, Melbourne (SVPHM).

Developed by Affinity PL, the program is a front line focused program utilised at SVPHM to build staff engagement and continuous improvement in all functions and at all levels of the organisation.

One of the key elements is the use of visual management tools.  Key functions of these tools includes enabling teams to keep track of issues and actions and enabling teams and managers to track and trend measures and identify improvement opportunities.

The electronic implementation of these tools involved a collaboration between Intelsoft, Affinity and SVPHM staff.

A key aspect of the implementation was the development of innovative User Interface tools and components, which enable quick and easy recording of data combined with powerful reporting and summary functions.

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