Feros Care partners with NZ's Selwyn for tech-enabled care at home

Australian aged and community care provider Feros Care has formed a 50-50 joint venture with New Zealand charitable trust the Selwyn Foundation to offer a new model of technology-enabled community-based care to older people and those living with chronic illnesses to allow them to remain at home for longer.

Called Inviga, the new company was formed following a successful six-month telehealth trial the two organisations ran in 2015, in which 20 clients were set up with Feros Care's My Health Clinic at Home package, which involves a touch-screen computer and diagnosis-specific monitoring equipment.

Posted in New Zealand eHealth

Tags: Telehealth, Feros Care

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