Queensland Government
Children’s Health Queensland Hospital and Health Service


11 April

ieMR Advanced goes live!

For help with ieMR Advanced during go-live:

  1. Speak to a super user in your area
  2. Speak to an ieMR floorwalker
  3. Call the ieMR team on 3068 1999 or ext. 1999.

You can also find quick reference guides, how-to videos and other useful information on the Our Digital Future website or via the ieMR resources desktop icon.

27 February

Follow Me Desktop is here!

Nursing staff in clinical areas are experiencing the benefits of Follow Me Desktop (FMD) as it is progressively deployed in medication and treatment rooms, fishbowls and point of care workstations at the bedside. FMD enables a user’s desktop to ‘follow’ them from one terminal to another throughout their clinical area. This new functionality will reduce logon times and assist with the continuity of workflow.

Most FMD workstations, particularly those at the bedside, will also be replaced with new computers before FMD is deployed.

20 February

ieMR training, new devices and staff feedback

Preparations for go-live on 11 April 2018 are well under way with training in full swing and new devices being deployed throughout the hospital.

Some of our staff recently shared their thoughts on why the ieMR is valuable, its benefits and why they are looking forward to the roll out of ieMR Advanced. Check out what they have to say here.

Remember, your change group coordinator is there to assist you with ieMR-related queries

13 February


More than twenty  different courses have been delivered with 630 staff attending at least one training session each during the first week of ieMR Advanced training. Clinician feedback has been very positive with staff ranging from nurses through to gastroenterologists gaining valuable insights about the new ieMR modules.

6 February

Highlights of the Advanced Showcase

Many staff dropped by during their coffee or lunch break last Thursday 1 February  to visit the ieMR project team at the Advanced Showcase. Devices including the new patient tracking boards, hand held devices and the point of care terminals were on display. Staff viewed demonstrations of various ieMR Advanced modules and asked valuable questions of the team.

Last updated: 05 March 2018
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