Alcidion signs ACT Health contract for first fully integrated Miya, Smartpage and Patientrack installation

  • Alcidion signs five-year contract with ACT Health with a value of $4.75 million, two options to extend for up to a further five years
  • First deployment of fully integrated Miya Flow, Patientrack and Smartpage offering
  • Initial upfront payment of $629k for installation, customization, implementation and training
  • Electronic Patient Journey Board solution to drive efficiency benefits and optimize patient safety and care

Adelaide, South Australia, 5 July 2018 – Alcidion Group Limited (ASX:ALC) today announced it has signed a five-year deal worth over $4.75 million with ACT Health to deploy an Electronic Patient Journey Board solution, that fully integrates the Miya Flow, Patientrack and Smartpage software components.
The Electronic Journey Board solution – which incorporates both Miya Flow, Smartpage and Patientrack has been licensed Territory wide and will initially be rolled out at the Canberra Hospital and the new University of Canberra Hospital with over 800 beds. It will highlight risks as well as notify clinicians to ensure changes to patient’s health, and any impediments to patient flow, are managed before they impact length of hospital stay.

The contract includes an initial services payment to Alcidion of $629k for installation, customisation, implementation and training.

This contract win was the result of a significant collaboration between Alcidion, MKM Health and Oncall Systems, prior to the completion of Alcidion’s acquisitions of both businesses in July 2018 and February 2018 respectively. The parties began their collaboration in September 2017 to submit a joint tender bid, recognising the opportunity to offer a differentiated, highly competitive, integrated product encompassing patient flow, tracking of vital signs and faster, safer staff communication.

As a result, Alcidion was able to demonstrate a comprehensive Miya Flow solution that included integration with a bedside observations and patient assessments and a clinical handover notes module from Patientrack. Alcidion’s integrated offering demonstrated unique capability and real time integration of both Smartpage and Patientrack software features.

Ms Kate Quirke, Alcidion’s Chief Executive Officer said, “We are delighted to expand the relationship that MKM Health has had with ACT Health. ACT Health has been a significant customer of MKM Health for fifteen years. This contract win is a significant development for Alcidion as the Electronic Journey Board solution encompasses all three elements of the enhanced Alcidion Group for the first time since the acquisition of MKM Health and Patientrack was completed.”

Ms Quirke continued “The outlook for Alcidion’s integrated Miya Flow, Smartpage and Patientrack offering is promising. We continue to undertake customer demonstrations with encouraging feedback and now that the MKM Health and Patientrack acquisition have been completed we are continuing to work on enhancing our integrated offering.”

ACT Health’s Chief Information Officer, Peter O’Halloran said “ACT Health is pleased to be working with Alcidion to deliver a Digital Patient Flow solution into The Canberra Hospital and University of Canberra Hospital.”

“This solution is a key element in the delivery of patient-centred care enabling digital capabilities that will improve the delivery of health services to our patients and provide our clinicians with modern integrated technology tools.” Mr O’Halloran said.

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