About Opus 5K
Who we are
Incorporated in 2007, Opus 5K is an innovative software development company providing flexible, competitive solutions to improve national health standards across the industry.
With headquarters in Brisbane, we’ve established strong commercialisation partnerships with the State Government of Queensland and Queensland Health. These relationships provide a competitive advantage by allowing us to:
- test, refine and stabilise solutions in large-scale production environments
- access networks established by the Queensland Government
- leverage ongoing research and analysis through our commercial partners
- tap into intellectual property established over several years by industry experts
What we do
At Opus 5K our objectives are to work side-by-side with our clients to identify existing issues, then address these with targeted solutions that deliver favourable outcomes to all stakeholders.
By helping organisations streamline processes, and providing management with real-time decision support, our clients are better equipped to focus on core products and services. This allows them to also proactively adapt to environmental changes and benefit from emerging opportunities made available through technology.
Using cloud-based systems, we’re able to quickly respond to the needs of our clients. In fact feedback from our clients drives many of our system upgrades and modifications. Sometimes suggestions and requests can be implemented in as little as a week.
This means our clients not only receive prompt attention, but that software solutions are largely inspired by the user, for the user.
Having worked closely with commercial partners Queensland Health for many years, our software systems have been fine-tuned to meet the specific needs of the healthcare industry. Unlike other 3rd party software, our custom solutions can address existing gaps in the system which may lead to missed signals and adverse outcomes.
Cloud-supported systems also offer a number of direct benefits, including:
- reduced errors
- reduced administration costs
- reduced data entry
- real time decision support
- improved data collection and information
- improved patient care
- better patient outcomes