Our expertise and highly developed methodology provide us with a deep understanding of the patient journey, from initial presentation to a primary care provider to quaternary level care and well beyond.
Our philosophy is Collaboration for Life.
We believe that simply providing software solutions is not enough.
“To date the quality of social interactions and culture have been difficult to evaluate, but the emergence of their importance demands an ability to measure and evaluate these factors. The independently administered Employee Wellbeing surveys operated by S23M represent an excellent tool to assist your organisation to meet this challenge head-on.”
A/Prof Terry J Hannan MBBS;FRACP;FAIDH;FACMI
Visiting Faculty Australian Institute of Health Innovation, Macquarie University
International Academy of Health Sciences Informatics
Our approach to implementation allows both meaningful co-design with local communities and collaborative education to support all the healthcare practitioners who are involved in delivering integrated healthcare.
We enable healthcare organisations to take the care they deliver to another level.
Co-designed with Communities and Clinicians
As a doctor who has lived through the movement from paper to digital processes across both private and public sectors, I have experienced the frustration of using poorly designed software solutions and am only too aware of the potential impact such solutions can have on the care I deliver.
The healthcare system is extraordinarily complex.
S23M’s collaborative approach and expertise with healthcare interoperability allows us to design and deploy forward thinking digital solutions into highly complex environments, which are typically dominated by legacy software.
In addition to understanding the technological challenges, S23M’s highly advanced MODA + MODE methodology also provides deep insight into our human centred processes, in order to help us work together in much better ways.
Dr. Hament Pandya MB ChB FRANZCR
Community-powered assessment of cultural and psychological safety at work
Coordination and crisis management across discipline boundaries in a digitally connected world
Community Oriented Co-Design
Understanding the patient journey and local care needs
Optimising patient journeys and networks of care
Interoperability and Systems Integration
A comprehensive approach
Clinical Data Governance
Security without compromise