Global Health focuses on consumer, mobile and international markets

Melbourne-based medical software and secure messaging vendor Global Health has reported a small loss for the first half of the year as it invests in exploring international markets and the development of consumer and mobile platforms.

While it reported a large drop in revenue from $7.5 million to $3.1m in the same period the previous year, the 2016 figure was boosted by a $5m one-off payment from the South Australian government to settle the long-running licensing dispute over its legacy Chiron patient administration system still used in some country SA hospitals.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: Global Health

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