Hello Health to design GP clinical software with RACGP support

A Canadian general practice software vendor that has a decade-long presence in the US is planning to design and develop a practice management system aimed at the Australian GP market, and has somewhat controversially secured the support for its consultation phase from the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP).

While the current market is highly competitive and has a number of long-term and new entrants, Hello Health – owned by Canadian firm Myca Health – believes that it is ready for change, and the six- to nine-month consultation phase the company plans will allow it to create what it says is the most supportive software system for Australian GPs.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: RACGP, Myca, Hello Health

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