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Six technology companies have formed a consortium to connect their systems with the aim of improving quality, efficiency and transparency in aged care.

Webstercare, Extensia, Foxo, Visionflex, MEDrefer and Humanetix have partnered to become the Aged Care Technology Consortium. Their syndication means the companies will be able to integrate a suite of technologies to demonstrate coordinated care in residential aged care settings.

Other companies with recognised track records of delivering in the health, aged care, Indigenous health and disability care sectors are welcome to join the consortium, said David Clarke, CEO of Hills Limited, which recently acquired Extensia.

“We are not trying to create a club that no one else can join. Quite the contrary, we want to show how industry takes the initiative and we encourage other innovators to participate to ensure the consortium offers the best collection of technologies to aged care providers and those who use their services,” he said.

Read more in Australian Ageing Agenda.


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