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Looking ahead: challenges the healthcare industry will face in 2017 Looking ahead: challenges the healthcare industry will face in 2017

When considering what challenges the healthcare industry will face during 2017, it is consistently these themes which come to mind—value based healthcare, rising healthcare costs, and talent shortages—providing exceptional care in an effective and efficient way whilst attracting and retaining the best employees.

Thursday, 12 January 2017

Tags: Dr Shane Kelly, healthcare, Mater Group, Mater Group Executive, Mater Health

A humble beginning: challenging our human values this Christmas A humble beginning: challenging our human values this Christmas

The insight for us in what Christmas is all about is found in the humble beginnings of Jesus’ birth. Although inauspicious, the event demonstrates dignity is found in things that some consider have little world status. Through Christmas our human values are challenged.

Tuesday, 20 December 2016

Tags: Christmas, Madonna McGahan, Mission

'Best of class' healthcare: delivering high quality care which meets identifed need 'Best of class' healthcare: delivering high quality care which meets identifed need

Mater has long been renowned as a leading healthcare provider, and we remain committed to maintaining this position—which is why, earlier this year, we reorientated our clinical leadership structures to align with defined clinical streams.

Monday, 12 December 2016

Tags: healthcare, Mater Group Executive, Mater Health, Sean Hubbard

An Australian-first: transforming how we support clinical decision making An Australian-first: transforming how we support clinical decision making

Imagine transforming the delivery of healthcare across a complex healthcare campus through the effective use of information which is specifically designed to support evidence-based decision making within clinical areas.

Wednesday, 23 November 2016

Tags: analytics, Heike Magura

Preventing infection to save lives Preventing infection to save lives

Sepsis—a complication which causes our body’s immune system to go into overdrive in response to an infection—claims more lives than any cancer around the world.

Tuesday, 13 September 2016

Tags: Dr Clare Morgan, SafeQuest

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