How Smartpage clinical messaging adds to Alcidion's patient flow

Earlier this year, ASX-listed firm Alcidion made the first of two strategic acquisitions that has radically changed the Adelaide company, best known for its Miya health informatics platform that counts Western Health and the Northern Territory Department of Health among others as long-term customers.

Having signed a reseller agreement with New Zealand start-up Oncall Systems for its Smartpage clinical messaging and mobile task management system in 2017, Alcidion then purchased the company outright in February 2018, integrating Smartpage into the Miya platform, where it is providing added functionality to the Miya Patient Flow and Miya Access bed management products.

Then in April, Alcidion announced it would buy IT services and integration specialist MKM Health, which has long-standing trans-Tasman contracts and is the distributor in the region for the well-regarded early patient deterioration warning system Patientrack.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: Alcidion, Patientrack, MKM Health, Smartpage

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