ProCare taps Indici as preferred PMS as Medtech takes on parent company

Auckland primary health organisation ProCare has plumped for the cloud-based Indici as the most suitable practice management system for its needs but says it will hold off recommending it to practices until suitable commercial arrangements can be agreed with vendor Valentia Technologies.

Irish firm Valentia, which is is currently embroiled in a legal stoush with incumbent PMS vendor and NZ market leader Medtech, has now been chosen by the three largest PHOs in the North Island, having first been developed by Hamilton-based Pinnacle and chosen as preferred PMS by Wellington-based Compass in 2017.

Medtech has taken Pinnacle, its technology arm Pinnacle Ventures and support organisation Midlands Health Network to court over allegations that those three companies along with Valentia conspired to use Medtech’s advanced forms technology without authorisation.

Posted in New Zealand eHealth

Tags: Medtech Global, Pinnacle Midlands Health Network, Valentia Technologies, Indici, ProCare

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