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2nd Annual Queensland Healthcare Week 2019 in Brisbane

Healthcare Week 2019

Delegate Australia are excited to be a Sponsor of Queensland Healthcare Week 2019. The two day event will be held in Brisbane on 27-28 November promoting Future Proofing through innovation in Hospital design, Technology and Aged Care.

Food and Nutrition plays a major role during patient recovery and impacts overall patient satisfaction. Application software such as Delegate Patients Service, underpins the process of purchasing goods, menu planning, meal ordering through to production and delivery. As Food Management software solutions become increasingly critical to a Health Service, the well-being of patients and their overall satisfaction during their Healthcare admission, it is essential that solution providers are actively aware of the continuously evolving digital future within Healthcare. The opportunity to be part of Queensland Healthcare Week will allow Delegate to gain insight to current activity and trends, and focus on the developing needs of the Healthcare industry.

Delegate’s Development Team have been extremely busy creating new features in response to customer requests and also anticipating growth in the Healthcare -digital technology space. Delegate, a leading provider of Food Service Management software, will showcase the latest solutions including Room Service featuring the Delivery Logistics and Dashboard modules, providing Patients and end users with an intuitive ordering tool to support choice for meal ordering, cost control, enforce production and meal delivery efficiencies, as well as enhance patient safety through application of diets and allergies.. In addition to exhibiting the enhanced core module, Delegate will highlight the new Mobile Meal Ordering component, of which combines multiple functionality into one module – reducing risk, waste and food cost whilst significantly increasing patient satisfaction.

Theme for the event is “Future Proofing our facilities to increase clinical capacity, improve patient experience and meet future demand”, delivered across three conferences;

The Health Facilities Design and Development Summit, addressing key challenges in delivering contemporary healthcare facilities that are digitally enabled, flexible, scalable and patient-centric

The Digital Healthcare Summit, focusing on the opportunities and challenges of digital innovation and new technologies for delivering faster, better and more innovative care

The Aged Care Summit, focusing on how to drive quality improvement through technology, new models of care and stakeholder engagement