Global Health Ltd (ASX:GLH) has secured three key contracts with Arcadia Healthcare, Matilda Nepean Private Hospital and Waikiki Private Hospital to implement a range of software solutions including MasterCare Patient Administration System (PAS), Inpatient Electronic Medical Records (EMR), Discharge Summaries, cloud hosting and digital engagement platform to empower patients to engage in their health care.
These three key contracts represent a collective value of $185,400 in annual recurring revenue and $110,000 in professional services and highlight the strong sales and marketing progress being made by Global Health.
These contracts also highlight the highly prospective pipeline in place to target further developing opportunities.
Existing client Arcadia Healthcare will extend its use of MasterCare PAS, by taking up GLH’s new inpatient EMR solution and cloud hosting for its Arcadia Pittwater Private Hospital based in Warriewood, NSW.
Newly built hospital facility, Matilda Nepean Private Hospital will utilise GLH’s MasterCare PAS, MasterCare Inpatient EMR, Discharge Summaries and cloud hosting software solutions.
Arcadia Pittwater and Matilda Nepean will use MasterCare PAS to streamline the patient journey from admission to discharge: to cost-effectively manage all hospital operations, patient and revenue management from one single system.
MasterCare improves patient care
MasterCare has been developed due to the emerging needs for private and independent hospitals to digitise their medical records and is a web-based inpatient EMR that is designed to be a core part of patient solutions.
For Arcadia Pittwater, the web-based (SaaS) solution will enable it and Matilda Nepean Private to digitise their electronic medical records, and access a range of modules, including the collection of patient data, medications and e-prescriptions as well as clinical modules, enabling them to streamline their patient care.
Arcadia Pittwater and Matilda Nepean join Wolper Jewish Hospital, East Sydney Private Hospital, Alwyn Rehabilitation Hospital, Royal Rehab Private Hospital, Metropolitan Rehabilitation Hospital and Wesley Mission all of whom are now using Global Health’s MasterCare solutions.
In WA, Waikiki Private ‘Win’ Waikiki joins MasterCare clients including The Perth Clinic, South Perth Community Hospital and the Western Australian Mental Health Commission (WAMHC) who use MasterCare as a state-wide solution. Waikiki Private Hospital will utilise the MasterCare PAS solution to digitise their patient preadmission processes, drive best practice workflows, simplify reporting and improve revenue management.
PAS gives these facilities an integrated solution that can be utilised alongside Discharge Summaries, Data Warehouse and HotHealth consumer digital engagement platform. It empowers patients to actively engage in their healthcare.
Michael Davies, CEO of Global Health said of the new contracts, “We are excited to be working with more hospitals across Australia and supporting Arcadia Pittwater, Matilda Nepean Private and Waikiki, all progressive hospital providers, who deliver high-quality healthcare to improve patient outcomes and wellbeing.
“Our range of solutions will enable our clients to streamline patient services; digitise electronic medical records reducing cost and risk; empower doctors and nurses with improved user experience and tailored workflows as well as providing a solution to better engage with patients and clients.
“We’re delighted that we are able to provide solutions to improve accessibility and streamline processes for hospital care in New South Wales and Western Australia respectively.”
About GLH’s solutions
PAS provides a single solution to manage hospitals, including digitised pre-admission processes, best practice patient management workflows, electronic discharge summaries, statutory reporting and more.
This web-based solution (SaaS) supports a range of modules and extension points on which new capabilities can be developed. The solution enables the collection of inpatient client data, GP/care providers, medications, e-prescriptions, notifications as well as a range of clinical modules.
As a specialist Australian provider, MasterCare has a strong focus on listening to customer needs and delivering innovation to the sector.
A dedicated roadmap will provide a range of web-based enhancements for Inpatient EMR over 2022 and 2023.
This solution gives organisations a ‘digital front door’ to better engage with their patients and clients through an online presence and tools such as telehealth, forms, chat forums and information distribution.