Comprehensive Coverage across Continuum of Care Makes MetaVision First Choice for Leading Hospitals

Macquarie University Hospital Opens Its Doors in June, with MetaVision Deployed Throughout Its Critical and Perioperative Units

BRISBANE, Australia--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- iMDsoft®, a global leader in clinical information systems, will implement the MetaVision® suite at Macquarie University Hospital (MUH) in Sydney, Australia. Macquarie’s brand new, state-of-the-art facility, alongside its Australian School of Advanced Medicine, will integrate clinical care, education, and research. MetaVision will be installed in the hospitals ORs, PACU beds, and ICU, supporting the continuum of care between the clinical departments.

MetaVision maintains a single database and patient record across ICUs, pre-op units, ORs, recovery units and general floors. Patient information from the entire hospital stay is presented in a single flowsheet spanning multiple units. This functionality allows healthcare professionals to plan medications during the intra-op period and subsequently manage and modify such medication plans in the PACU. It makes it possible to view vital signs, nursing observations, and lab results from the patient’s ICU stay once the patient is in the step-down or general care unit. A unique staging mechanism allows standardization across multiple departments, hospitals, and even entire health regions, while still offering the flexibility to adapt to unit-specific needs and workflows.

"We are witnessing a growing demand for clinical data continuum across the entire spectrum of high-acuity units, and for offerings that can provide an appropriate solution," said Phyllis Gotlib, CEO of iMDsoft. "MetaVision is uniquely positioned to answer this need and is successfully implemented in many of the world's leading medical institutions as a result. We are delighted that Macquarie is joining this elite group."

Macquarie University Hospital CEO Robert Glynn said that using the latest technology to deliver better health outcomes for patients and a superior working environment for medical staff was one of the Hospital’s key aims.

“The continuity of care provided by this system means our patients’ hospital stay will be safer and more enjoyable, and that’s what our medical experts are focused on – providing the best possible patient care.”

About iMDsoft

iMDsoft is a leading provider of Clinical Information Systems (CIS) for preoperative, critical and general care. The company's flagship family of solutions, the MetaVision Suite, was first implemented in 1999. It has since become a market leader, with implementations in a wide range of ICUs, ORs, and, recently, general wards. Major medical centers across the US, Europe, and Asia, including 4 of the top 10 hospitals in the US and 13 of the top 50 hospitals in Europe, use iMDsoft’s technology to improve care quality, promote patient safety, enhance financial performance, support research and compliance, and achieve sustainable market leadership. To learn more, visit

About Macquarie University Hospital

When it opens in June 2010, Macquarie University Hospital will provide advanced surgical services, with a particular focus on the neurosciences, and comprehensive cancer care to patients in Sydney and throughout Australia. It is the first private hospital to be built on a university campus in Australia and will offer a comprehensive range of specialties.

The Hospital will also work closely with the University's Australian School of Advanced Medicine (ASAM) to help provide advanced surgical training to leading doctors from around the world. Digital links between the Hospital and the adjoining medical school building will make it possible for doctors from the school to view operations carried out in the Hospital's operating theatres as they occur in real time.


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