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Fred IT Group to lead national real-time prescription monitoring project to reduce prescription medicine overdoses.

October 2018 news

Fred IT Group is pleased to announce that it has been appointed by the Department of Health to lead the new national system for real-time prescription monitoring which is designed to reduce the devastating impact of prescription medicine overdoses.

October 23rd, 2018|In the news|0 Comments

Fred IT Group continue work to improve patient medication safety

In the news -july 2018

Fred IT Group has been named by the Australian Digital Health Agency to lead a new medicines safety project to explore the impact of digital health records in improving patient medication safety.

July 5th, 2018|In the news|0 Comments

Fred IT Group and the Australian Medicines Handbook partner to share drug information

In the News January 2018

Fred IT Group and the Australian Medicines Handbook have partnered to provide users of Fred’s cloud based solution Fred NXT with direct access to medicines information whilst dispensing.

January 15th, 2018|In the news|0 Comments

Fred IT Group wins contract to deliver real-time prescription monitoring in Victoria

November_2017

Fred IT Group has been appointed by the Victorian Department of Human Services to develop a real-time prescription monitoring system, called SafeScript, to help prevent prescription medication misuse and to save lives.

November 27th, 2017|In the news|0 Comments

AusDI and Fred IT Group offer pharmacies seamless access to medicines information

August2017

AusDI and Fred IT Group have today announced an expanded partnership, delivering pharmacies access to drug information via Fred’s cloud-based solution, Fred NXT.

August 31st, 2017|In the news|0 Comments

MIMS Australia and Fred IT Group collaborate to improve dispensing workflow

August2017

MIMS Australia and Fred IT Group announce a collaboration to improve the dispensing workflow, from August 1 2017.

August 1st, 2017|In the news|0 Comments

Sigma and Fred IT partnership driving pharmacy innovation

Sigma Pharmaceuticals today announced Australia’s largest pharmacy IT partnership with the Fred IT Group to deliver Sigma’s next generation retail platform that will support over 700 pharmacies across Australia.

November 24th, 2016|In the news|0 Comments

MedView Medicines Workspace – Bridging the gap between acute and community care

One of the key problems facing Australian health care professionals continues to be the lack of consolidated medications information and an inability to easily share information between health professionals. When patients move between community care and hospital and aged care, the absence of good quality and up to date clinical data can contribute to these interactions becoming high risk, resulting in medication misadventures and unnecessary hospital readmissions.

July 5th, 2016|In the news|0 Comments

An uber awakening for pharmacy

The plight and success that Uber has seen shows that no industry is safe from disruption and any business or trade that thinks it can hide might do well to wake up.

Uber, the ride-sharing service that utilises its app to connect passengers to potential drivers in their area for a fraction of the cost of a traditional taxi ride, has dealt with a string of bad press. Yet the company has effectively disrupted the taxi industry, as well as changing people’s expectations of taxi services and pricing

April 26th, 2016|In the news|0 Comments

Fred IT to release first phase of MedView Medicines Workspace in MyHR trial

Pharmacy software specialist Fred IT will try out the first phase of its new MedView Medicines Workspace during the later stages of the Northern Queensland trial for the opt-out model of the My Health Record.

First announced at the Australian Pharmacy Professional (APP) conference on the Gold Coast earlier this month, Fred's MedView Medicines Workspace will eventually allow doctors, pharmacists, hospitals and patients to have shared access to critical medicines information and services.

April 1st, 2016|In the news|0 Comments
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