Pressure Ulcer Management

Pressure ulcers often occur during or after admission to a healthcare facility with those at greatest risk being the frail, elderly neurologically impaired. In a state-wide survey carried out in 2008, 9% (272) of patients in WA hospitals had hospital-acquired pressure ulcers.

Pressure ulcers are an internationally recognised patient safety problem, and expert consensus is that most are preventable. 

 

 

Effective strategies for the prevention and management of pressure ulcers include identifying patients at risk then implementing effective prevention and monitoring strategies. 

Why Choose Us

Easy to Use

Highly intuitive system requires little or no training. This results in good data quality and highly satisfied and effective users.

Visual Thinking

Graphical tools to reveal hidden insights into performance. Make data actionable to empower improvement efforts.

Secure and Reliable

Fully managed enterprise class software and platform as a service. Consistent with Australian Clinical Registry Standards. 

Flexible and Scalable

Easily adapt and expand solutions to support any number of users that are needed. Integrate existing sources of data for richer analysis.

Competitive Intelligence

Benchmark performance anonymously against others like yourself and assist competitive advantage by visualising your position in the market.

Affordable & Rapid ROI

Increased efficiency & safety generates ongoing ROI that can be invested into education and prevention for further improvement.

Multi-Award Winning Team

Edgebox is a multiple award winner at state and national levels.