Hospital Roster System

Client: Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital
Doctor Laptop

Developing a scheduling application for a large medical institution was a great challenge. It’s was exciting to understand the client's pain points and design a new system that adds real value for both medical and administration staff.

— Kye Russell, Developer, The Cut

Finding a cure

Once again, our focus on Python software development and our dedication to the design of intelligent user interfaces, led a great opportunity to our door. It was a great surprise and a privilege to be contacted by an iconic medical institution in Perth and the opportunity they presented to us was both interesting and challenging.

The Department of Anaesthesia's legacy rostering system was outdated, compromised in terms of usability and security and riddled with bugs. It was time to start again and develop a new solution that met the departments requirements and streamlined the process of scheduling hundreds of registrars each quarter.

Schedule One

Medical Software Development

With the hospital's Department of Anaesthesia working across different departments in such a large facility the challenge of scheduling of people, locations and resources quickly becomes exponentially complex.

Accessibility, ease of use and visibility formed an important part of the hospital's requirements from their new scheduling software. Opening up access to data, streamlining processes and tasks means that more people can share responsibility. This spreads the risk and removes the burden of knowledge from a small number of people.

Our user interface design for staff rostering solution delivers information in a simple and logical way and facilitates easier use, and a more efficient management of scheduling tasks.

While the management of change from legacy systems to new technologies can take time, the benefits delivered typically involve increased efficiencies and greater access to more useful information by the user groups.

Schedule Two