Primary, now Healius, negotiating $100m contract for new lab system

The company formerly known as Primary Health Care is in the final stages of negotiation with a supplier for its new laboratory information system, with expectations it will invest around $100 million to deliver the LIS over the next five years.

Now known as Healius following its AGM last week, the company plans to replace the four state-based versions of its legacy Ultra system, first built by Triple G and which is now 25 years old, with a single, integrated system that it says is already in use by a range of pathology operators overseas and in Australia.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: Primary Health Care, Healius

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