NEXA and Q-nomy Inc sign new deal

03 March 2018 – Sydney, Australia – Last month NEXA and Q-nomy Inc. signed a further 6-year deal (including a 3-year extension option) for NEXA to retain its exclusive software license in Australia and New Zealand. For the past 11 years, NEXA has partnered with Q-nomy to offer Q-Flow technology to the ANZ Health, Education, [...]

New Year Message from NEXA’s CEO

Firstly, I’d like to wish you all a Happy New Year and hope you’re all refreshed and ready for 2018. The New Year is always a great time to reset, reflect on the past year and set the sights on the year ahead and beyond. I’m pleased to share some of my reflections on 2017 [...]

Queue free clinic

Westmead women's health clinic new ticketing system. Left to right: Crystal Rincon (Patient)Jocelyn Conate (Admin Officer womens health clinic) Expectant mothers, young and elderly women no longer need to queue when waiting for their appointment at Westmead Hospital’s Women’s and Newborn Health clinics thanks to an innovative new queue flow system called Q Flow. The system allows [...]

Taking technology to the next level with Q-Flow V6.1

Earlier this year Q-nomy released Q-Flow 6.0 which saw a number of new features available through the platform. It revolutionised customer journey management, and offered businesses radical new ways to optimize their customer experience. We’re excited to announce that Q-Flow 6.1 was recently released by Q-nomy which has further enhancements to streamline customer journeys whilst [...]

New technology makes life easier for patients

Orginally posted on The Pulse Patients with cancer can now swipe and go for their radiation therapy, chemotherapy, check-ups and consultation appointments thanks to a new electronic kiosk system at Blacktown Hospital. Cancer Centre operations manager Leanne Watson said the NEXA Healthcare Solution digital kiosks have been working well for general outpatient appointments and were [...]

NEXA’s Q-Flow Patient Journey at The Emergency Department

NEXA’s Queuing solution for the emergency department streamlines the patient journey and enhances the visitor experience. To better understand just how this works, watch this video which highlights Mr Quimby’s visit to the Emergency Department (ED) for his broken wrist. Mr Quimby checks into ED from home, or another location en route to the hospital [...]