Precedence wins contract for Health Care Homes risk stratification tool

Melbourne-based Precedence Health Care has won a contract with the federal government to develop a risk stratification tool for the Health Care Homes initiative.

Precedence, which is owned by Sonic Clinical Services, a division of Sonic Healthcare, will use its cloud-based cdmNet coordinated care platform for the solution. cdmNet was initially developed to help streamline team care arrangements and GP management plans for patients with chronic illnesses and also underpins Precedence's recently launched MediTracker app.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: Precedence Health Care, Health Care Homes, cdmNet, MediTracker


# WA Primary Health Alliance 2017-05-29 12:33
Do we know if this will be compulsory or will practices have an option?

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