MSIA calls for level playing field as RACGP denies it sourced Canadian vendor

The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners has rejected claims it undertook an international tour to source new clinical software for the Australian GP market, saying Canadian vendor Myca Health approached it.

The support by the college for Myca Health, a Quebec firm that sells a family practice software package called Hello Health into the US market, has angered many in the local industry, who say they have not been offered the same opportunity to gain the college's endorsement.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: RACGP, MSIA, Hello Health

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