ReferralNet helping connect clinicians with patients during pregnancy

ReferralNet helping connect clinicians with patients during pregnancy

Global Health, in collaboration with the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RANZCOG), has been working towards the development of a new mobile application for women known as “Digital Babies” and are soon to commence a pilot of the new program.

Powered by the Lifecard Personal Health Record digital platform, the project covers streamlining the process and storage of patient consent records and replacing paper records that women carry with them through their pregnancy. These include: Patient Information pamphlets published by RANZCOG, medications, allergies, antenatal observations and measurements.

The ReferralNet Secure Messaging platform is embedded within Lifecard. This allows mother and baby records and referrals to be shared between Digital Babies and the clinical systems used by specialists, using the health industry’s Secure Message Delivery standard. The ability to share this information electronically will reduce the need for mothers to carry around so many paper records.

“The plan is for our members to eventually offer the Digital Babies application to their patients,” said Professor Steve Robson, RANZCOG President. “This will create a unique opportunity for a new generation of babies whose health records and referrals are digital from the beginning of their life.”

Mathew Cherian, Global Health Ltd CEO said “It’s time that patients stop being the courier of paper records between their health professionals. This pilot has the potential to digitize the patient journey completely – from GP visit to the multiple encounters with obstetricians, diagnostic imaging, pathology, allied health and eventually the maternity ward of hospitals at the time of delivery.”

Read the whole media release on Global Health’s website.

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