- Initial contract value of $398k with Monash Health holding an option to extend.
- Clinical after-hours task management solution across Monash Health’s six hospitals in the Southern Metropolitan Melbourne area.
- Clinical Communication & Collaboration is a critical driver for efficiency.
Adelaide, South Australia, 5 October 2017 – Alcidion Group Limited (ASX: ALC) today announced it has signed a 3-year deal worth over $389k with Monash Health for a Mobile task management solution. The contract provides an option for two additional 1-year extensions, which if invoked, would increase the contract value to $500k.
Servicing the population of approximately 1.4m people in the Southern Melbourne metropolitan area, Monash Health is a major public hospital network encompassing major hospitals such as Monash Medical Centre, Monash Children’s Hospital, Dandenong Hospital, Casey Hospital. They also manage Moorabbin Hospital, Kingston Centre, and a range of community-based sites and services.
Alcidion’s Miya Smartpage solution will provide Monash Health with out of hours clinical task management that delivers two-way instant communications between clinical staff to increase productivity and improve patient care. With a full audit trail including read receipts between individual and groups, and the integration of clinical summaries and patient data, clinical staff will have instant access to the information they need, when they need it, to make the right decision for a patient’s wellbeing. As patients can deteriorate at any time of the day, this solution ensures clinical staff can identify and attend to the patient most at risk during the night when staff levels are reduced but patient occupancy remains the same as peak operating hours.
Alcidion CEO, Mr Ray Blight comments ‘We’re delighted to be working with Monash Health to help them deliver efficient and effective healthcare to the Southern Metropolitan Melbourne community. Our MIYA Smartpage solution will provide their clinical staff with communication and workflow tools that make it faster and simpler for them to do their job, and continue to deliver the very best patient care during a hospitals most vulnerable time – the night.’
Monash Health COO, Mr Martin Keogh said that “afterhours care is a high priority improvement area at Monash Health, which has seen significant reform in recent years. The Miya SmartPage system aims to eliminate many of the communication and task allocation barriers faced by our after-hours clinical teams. It supports a collaborative working environment and provides our staff the tools necessary to deliver safe, quality and timely patient care 24 hours a day.”