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Healthcare and wellbeing

Connected care. Sustainable systems.

Insights

Why interoperability in our healthcare system needs to happen today

Interoperability plays a pivotal role in transitioning care from traditional hospital settings to more cost-effective out-of-hospital and in-home care settings. Significant opportunities exist for acute care and primary care providers to automate data exchange to smooth coordination of care and communicate treatment outcomes back to hospitals to support more comprehensive care management.

Segments we work with

State & Federal Health Departments

Hospitals

Primary Health Networks & Providers

Private Health Insurers

Aged Care Providers

Specialists & Diagnostic Providers

Our healthcare technology capabilities

Connected care delivery

Enabling more personalised value-based care with scalable interoperability solutions.

Value of healthcare data

From design to implementation - secure, scalable and innovative data solutions that enable better health experiences and outcomes.

Innovative and emerging models of care

Reinventing traditional care models to improve provider and patient experiences.

Sustainable systems

Optimise operations, tackle rising costs and complexity, and build resilience in critical systems.

Healthcare and aged care system performance

Healthcare reporting and dashboarding against funding SLA metrics.

Hospital operations

Improve waitlist servicing. Optimise productivity and utilisation. Identify and manage overspend.

Healthcare workforce

Helping organisations and individual clinicians prepare for the future.

Health insurers

Transforming health insurers from payors to partners.

Clinical trials and drug discovery

Delivering more efficient and effective clinical trials.

Client success stories

Connect with our healthcare and wellbeing experts

Rob Mackay

Health and Wellbeing Leader

Brett Thebault

Partner Data

Samantha Scott

Principal Analyst