Telstra Health sets up one-stop shop for aged, disability and community care

Telstra Health has brought together its market-leading brands iCareHealth and HealthConnex to form a dedicated aged, disability and community care business unit under the leadership of iCareHealth MD Chris Gray.

The new unit will offer a full range of software products and services for small and large providers working in residential aged care, community care and disability care under the single banner of Telstra Health, building a modular platform that is able to harness the best functionality from each product and offer clients a one-stop shop for their clinical and management software needs.

Posted in Aged Care

Tags: Telstra Health, HealthConnex, Communicare, iCareHealth, MyCareManager

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# Terry Hannan 2016-05-19 10:58
The description of this project sounds very interesting. In the light of this report by Kate McDonald it would be beneficial to know what is meant by statements such as "TCM is an expert in disability reporting and the Home Care Manager home care product has what Mr Gray describes as a “fantastic” rostering and scheduling component". Is "fantastic" a good measure of care delivery and the broad terms "rostering and scheduling" do not clearly define what is being rostered and scheduled. Are there sites where these products can be seen and 'evaluated'?

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