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Queensland Children’s Hospital is responsible for caring for the sickest and most critically injured children across the state. Facilities management of the 359-bed precinct in South Brisbane is complex, comprising internal staff, outsourced contractors and external building services managers.
The healthcare provider sought a solution that would centralise key engineering and architectural drawings, and allow key stakeholders to access them and work collaboratively, to ensure the hospital runs at optimal efficiency at all times.
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Queensland Children’s Health improved certainty of the data that is now used to plan and execute safe maintenance work
Key data and drawings are now managed in a compliant way, with enhanced version control and auditing capabilities
RedEye is helping key stakeholders to respond more quickly to any issues that may impact the provision of patient care
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