Best Practice releases v514 of VIP.net, prepares for Best Health phase 1

Best Practice Software has released version 514 of the medical and surgical specialist software it bought from Houston Medical in 2015, which has recently been rebranded to Bp VIP.net.

The Bundaberg-headquartered company is also in the final build stages for phase one of its Best Health patient engagement app, which is due for release in mid-2018, and has fixed a glitch in its Bp Allied product that was causing a few performance issues.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: Best Practice, VIP.net, Bp Allied, Best Health

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