Oneview hopes to raise $25m to fund aged care market entry

ASX-listed patient infotainment software vendor Oneview Healthcare plans to go to the market to raise $25 million to help fund the launch of its new aged care product later this year and to accelerate sales of its core inpatient product, which is used in 55 hospitals.

The Irish-headquartered company announced last August that it was entering the aged care market with its first customer a new 120-bed Thomas Holt facility at Kirrawee in Sydney.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: Oneview

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# Hospital Products Australia Staffer 2019-04-17 15:44
I love in the article how it states that they have no debt. Im not too sure the share holders whom have lost vast somes of money on them feel this way. Would not touch these guys even if they replaced the board as the business model is failing.

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