iCareHealth In The Media

| 24 Feb 2014

iCareHealth, our products and our solutions have all been featured in various media and industry publications including The Age, Australian Financial Review, Pulse+IT, Health & Ageing Magazine, and the Australian Ageing Agenda. Below is a sample of our media mentions.

PULSE+IT, 2013 

“Melbourne’s mecwacare recently became the first aged care provider in Australia to upload an event summary to the PCEHR at one of its three residential aged care facilities, and is now gearing up to get the other two facilities onboard.”
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PULSE+IT, 2013 

“iCareHealth has passed NOC and CCA for read-only access to the PCEHR … and also for read and write access to the PCEHR.”
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ITWire.com, 2013

“iCareHealth sees an Australian Azure region as a way to improve performance and reduce total cost of ownership while maintaining security and data sovereignty.”
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MICROSOFT AUSTRALIA BLOG, 2013

“Windows Azure services will help iCareHealth deliver the electronic tools to nursing and care staff to assist them in their work of delivering consistent, high quality care to an increasingly larger number of elderly Australians, and those with special needs.”
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PULSE+IT, 2013 

“iCareHealth has completed testing several components of the national eHealth system in the field, working with three lead sites to deploy software that will allow the aged care sector to link to the Personally Controlled Electronic Health Record (PCEHR).”
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HOSPITAL & AGED CARE MAGAZINE, 2011

“Software to make the facility run more smoothly and efficiently.”

THE STANDARD, 2011

“This system links well with the pharmacy where we have all our scripts filled and it also saves a lot of time … because it automatically does that for us. A picture of each resident also comes up, enabling easy identification.”

HEALTH & AGEING MAGAZINE, 2010

“The technology allows the nurse, at the point of administration, to access the resident’s full clinical notes, including doctors’ records, medication history, incidents and any changes that might affect the resident’s medication schedule.”

AUSTRALIAN AGEING AGENDA, 2009

“The big winner at this year’s Information Technology in Aged Care (ITAC) Awards was iCareHealth which was recognised in two of the three categories.”

THE AGE, 2008

“We had ad hoc systems, a lot of makeshift paperwork … it meant long hours, particularly for nurses and managers doing paperwork catch-up before the next shift … iCareHealth’s solution electronically converted the process.”

AUSTRALIAN AGEING AGENDA, 2008

“Residential aged care facilities can use the ACFI Calculator to calculate and electronically lodge ACFI assessments, store ACFI appraisals, create checklists and assessment summaries, and upload scanned paper documents relevant to the system.”

AUSTRALIAN FINANCIAL REVIEW, 2008

“iCareHealth, a major Australian provider of care management systems has won two awards in the 2008 Australian Information Industry Association’s Victorian iAwards.”

THE AGE, 2008

“The iCareHealth system can save a registered nurse in a 60 bed facility up to 2.5 hours of paper-based reviews, administration of medication and the production of clinical reports.”

AUSTRALIAN FINANCIAL REVIEW, 2008

“The second fastest growing software company in Australia in the 2007 Deloitte Technology Fast 50.”

THE AGE, 2008

“We want to give people the confidence to know they can use iCareHealth’s clinical information system ¬– and they usually know more than they think they know – it’s just a matter of getting people to recognise their own abilities.”

AUSTRALIAN AGEING AGENDA, 2008

“The ACFI software module can reduce clinical documentation by up to 30 per cent when combined with iCareHealth’s Clinical and Care Management Solution.”

AUSTRALIAN FINANACIAL REVIEW, 2008

“The managing director of aged care software developer iCareHealth, Chris Gray, says community and residential aged care providers should not wait for the national record before pursuing potentially life-saving technologies.”

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