Monday 25th September, 2017
Cutting-edge, lifechanging e-health companies Celo, Vensa and Orion Health have been named finalists in the New Zealand Health IT (NZHIT) annual innovation awards.
The winner will be announced at the HiNZ conference awards in Rotorua on November 5.
“For the second year in a row we received extremely strong entries and the judging panel found it difficult to determine the final three entries,” NZ Health IT chief executive Scott Arrol says.
“All three finalists are providing systems and solutions that will help to save lives, produce better results for Kiwis with mild to serious health problems – at home or in the hospital. This is an exciting time to be in health IT.”
“NZHIT members represent custodianship of nearly 100 percent of all health-related data in the country and the three finalists are outstanding examples of the innovation that’s happening to enable a healthier New Zealand.”
Celo uses healthcare grade and industry compliant encrypted technology to provide secure and real time mobile and desktop messaging for healthcare. It has been developed by healthcare professionals from the ground up and has been specially designed to ensure ease of use in a clinical setting.
The Celo solution makes referrals more efficient, authenticates all users and enables all patient related communication to be added to electronic medical records. Celo is available on Android and iOS and allows users to chat, consent and capture clinical images from their smartphones.
By connecting healthcare professionals in all aspects of care, Celo builds a community network that can freely exchange patient information and ultimately improve patient outcomes.
SOURCE: Scoop →