MyOnlineClinic wins Ambulance Victoria contract for low acuity cases

App-based telehealth service MyOnlineClinic has won a contract with Ambulance Victoria to provide a telehealth option for its referral division, offering a new service model for low acuity presentations.

The company has also partnered with rural and regional medical centre group Tristar Medical to supply its telehealth needs, and is also working with residential aged care facilities and on- and offshore service companies to use its Bluetooth-enabled medical device offering for remote monitoring.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: Telehealth, MyOnlineClinic, Ambulance Victoria

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