Alcidion wins ACT Health bid for integrated patient journey board

ASX-listed health IT firm Alcidion has won a five-year, $4.75 million contract with ACT Health to roll out an electronic patient journey board solution, the first implementation for Alcidion's combined Miya, Smartpage and Patientrack ranges.

The combined solution has been licensed territory-wide and will be rolled out at the Canberra Hospital and the new University of Canberra Hospital as part of the ACT Health Directorate's digital solutions program.

Device Technologies has won a separate contract to roll out the InTouch range of kiosks and flatscreen devices for the program's queue management and electronic wayfinding elements.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: Alcidion, Patientrack, MKM Health, ACT Health

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