Got an elderly frail relative or disabled child you are concerned about?
Want to stay in touch with your patients and make sure they follow through with treatments?
Want to know exactly where your expensive hospital equipment is and how long it’s been there?
You’ve got a problem related to healthcare? The chances are, there is a solution waiting to be found on the Wikihospitals database.
Because you have the right to know what is the latest technology and home services.
Because it might change your life or that of someone you love.
And because the health industry is there to serve the people who need it.
Because health tech companies are currently struggling to get access to their customers.
Because it is genuinely better to stay at home as much as possible, only have tests and treatments you need and make sure what you do have done is accurate and safe.
And because we love startups!
Wikihospitals is a community project, started by a retired nurse.
Students from the University of Swinburne have helped build a social profile and business plan.
They are currently working with an experienced developer to build a professional, bespoke, internet based search engine.
We are all paying far too much for healthcare.
Health care costs are unsustainable at their current rate of growth. Much of health budgets is being wasted on over servicing and excessive bureaucracy.
We have to reform healthcare and ensure that future generations can continue to access public health care services.
Hospital and medication errors are a chronic and ongoing problem.
Most errors are not due to the poor behaviour of a few individuals.
The majority of errors are due to diagnostic errors, fragmentation of data, inadequate follow up and outdated technology currently being used in many hospitals and nursing homes.
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