HSAGlobal wound up after sale of assets to Whanau Tahi
Auckland-based HSAGlobal has gone into liquidation owing $4 million following the sale of its Connected Care Management Solution (CCMS) to Whanau Tahi, the wholly owned IT arm of social and healthcare service provider Waipareira Trust.
Many former HSAGlobal staff, including founder and managing director Matt Hector-Taylor, have moved over to Whanau Tahi since the sale, although the company's UK operations have been put on ice.
Insolvency practitioners PPB Advisory were appointed to begin winding up the company late last month. The liquidator's documents show that while there is about $400,000 in cash on the books, there is also a long list of creditors, including the company's major shareholders.
Whanau Tahi CEO Steve Keung told Pulse+IT last month that the purchase of CCMS would enable the organisation to expand into the secondary care sector and close the loop when added to the Whanau Tahi Navigator, which is integrated into primary care practice management systems.
Whanau Tahi has promised to continue to support the successful roll-outs of CCMS, including Auckland's shared care plan program, Counties-Manukau District Health Board's (DHB) at-risk individuals program, Canterbury DHB's collaborative care program and the South Eastern Sydney Medicare Local (SESML) Access to Allied Psychological Services (ATAPS) and Partners in Recovery mental health programs.
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