New Commercial Partnership with Best Practice Software

Global Health Limited (ASX: GLH) (“Global Health” or “Company”) is pleased to announce a new commercial partnership with Best Practice Software (Bp Software), as part of their network partner ecosystem program.

The partnership means Best Practice Software’s extensive network of over 5,000 Medical Practices currently using Bp Software products will be aware of the integrations available through Global Health.

As a Silver partner, Global Health will be recognised as an approved integrator with Best Practice Software, who can deliver safe, reliable, robust and value-added services across their mutual customer base. Only vendors who pass a stringent review process are granted accreditation to the Bp Partner Network, and the program is comprised of health technology partners who offer the highest standard in service, innovation and reliability.

Global Health’s ReferralNet for Secure Messaging Delivery and HotHealth, the Company’s telehealth platform will be available via the Bp Partner network.

ReferralNet, which is fully integrated with Best Practice Software and interoperable with Argus, opens up a greater network for the secure exchange of medical documents within the healthcare industry between healthcare professionals.

HotHealth can be used as a standalone platform, or in conjunction with any clinical system to allow healthcare providers to build their online presence with a branded website, and conduct video conferencing and virtual assessments online. This is particularly beneficial for General Practitioners (GPs), Allied Health professionals and Mental Health practitioners who can use the HotHealth software to provide real-time support and continuity of care during the current COVID-19 pandemic. By using telehealth, even the most vulnerable residents will have flexible access to the vital healthcare services they need from the comfort and safety of their own homes, resulting in better patient outcomes, and a lower chance of community transmission of the virus.

The Bp Partner Network offers a single platform for the medical community to view a partner ecosystem, where they have the ability to tailor their clinical IT systems with innovative solutions suited to the changing needs of their business.

Both Global Health and Best Practice Software believe in co-creation and ensuring a consultative approach to delivering the best solutions to customers.

In commenting on the partnership, Mathew Cherian, CEO of Global Health, said:

“We are delighted to now be included in Best Practice Software’s extensive network of over 5,000 medical practices, and look forward to our ReferralNet and HotHealth software becoming integrated within these practices.”

Dr Frank Pyefinch, Best Practice Software CEO also said:

“Our aim is to put in place simple accreditation steps that help ensure we’re working with vendors who share our philosophies and beliefs, and then celebrate that mutual partnership and collaboration through a new promoted tiered partnership model”.

 

View the ASX Announcement here.

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