Electronic Malnutrition and Clinical Workflow Solution
Webinar: Introducing Electronic Malnutrition and Clinical Workflow Solution
With the high prevalence of malnutrition (30-60%) in healthcare facilities, and the continued low rates of diagnosis (2-19%), healthcare facilities are looking for solutions to improve malnutrition management, beyond the limitations of manual systems.
Discover how to manage malnutrition and clinical workflow within your healthcare organisation, through software, consultancy and analytics in this one-hour webinar.
You’ll learn more about streamlined automated method to:
- improve malnutrition management
- enable process and prevalence audits
- increase hospital revenue
- support National Safety and Quality Health Service (NSQHS) Standards
- reduce the risk of hospital-acquired malnutrition penalties
- improve patient experience and outcomes
- maximise CBORD system functionality/usage
Introducing Electronic Malnutrition and Clinical Workflow Solution
Sally McCray from the Mater Group, Brisbane
Sally McCray is the Director of Dietetics and Foodservices at Mater Group, Brisbane. She is an accredited practicing dietitian (APD), Honorary Associate Professor at Mater Research Institute—University of Queensland and an Honorary Adjunct Assistant Professor with Bond University.
Sally has worked clinically in several public and private hospitals in Australia and Canada and is currently responsible for the strategic and operational direction of a large and diverse team of research, professional and operational staff across Mater group in Brisbane. She has clinical and research interests in innovative foodservice models and malnutrition, was a key leader in Australia’s first hospital room service model at Mater in 2013 and has published in international peer reviewed journals.
Jodie Privett from Sydney Adventist Hospital
Jodie completed her dietetic training at the University of Sydney and has worked at the Sydney Adventist Hospital for 10 years as a Clinical Dietitian and held various leadership roles. During this time, she has developed experience in a wide range of medical areas, education and training, mentoring, management, media, quality improvement and research projects. She enjoys expanding her knowledge and stepping out of her comfort zone to learn new skills.
Kirsty Maunder from CBORD
Dr Kirsty Maunder is an Advanced Accredited Practising Dietitian (AdvAPD), Certified Health Informatician Australasia (CHIA), Fellow of the Australia Institute of Digital Health (FAIDH) and an Honorary Senior Fellow at the University of Wollongong.
Kirsty has worked in nutrition informatics for the past 20 years and completed her PhD on leveraging technology to enhance patient care and dietitian eHealth readiness. She is an Implementation Consultant for CBORD, delivering implementation and consulting services to maximise customer return on investment and deliver improved organisational outcomes.
Sally will be presenting the results of Mater’s electronic malnutrition solution trial and how they made significant improvements to the malnutrition process beyond what they could achieve manually. In addition, she will demonstrate how they leveraged the electronic nutrition data within CBORD to create an analytics solution driving their clinical priorities.
Jodie will be presenting the results of Sydney Adventist Hospital’s 6-month pilot, demonstrating the process improvements, significant financial savings, and development of a successful business case to recruit two additional dietitians.
Questions? Please contact Kirsty Maunder at firstname.lastname@example.org.