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Personify Care, Foxo announce integrated patient management solution

Personify Care and Foxo have announced a strategic partnership to combine their technologies for improved patient management. 

Based on a media release, their integration will allow health services to access Foxo’s enterprise communication technologies within Personify Care’s digital patient pathway platform. Foxo users will also have access to Personify Care’s digital pathways for advanced patient coordination.

Their integration also introduces Foxo in Personify Care’s pre-admission workflows to facilitate precise triaging and coordination of clinical tasks from either a health provider’s existing messaging platform or Microsoft Teams.


Consultmed releases gen AI-powered Advice & Guidance feature

Consultmed has introduced a generative AI-based clinical decision support tool on its referral management software.

Available as an add-on or standalone product, the new Advice & Guidance AI feature leverages Microsoft’s OpenAI to present relevant clinical guidelines and policies based on presenting complaints and reasons for referral. 

Based on a media statement, the AI can tap into a customisable database of clinical guidelines, allowing it to use approved guidelines from an individual hospital or various organisations.

“It streamlines search, accuracy, and utility of [many clinical and research guidelines and protocols] and makes them readily available for your providers, patients, and consumers,” founder and CEO Vikram Palit explained in a LinkedIn post.


TMG Cloudland absorbs Primary IT 

Primary IT, a Wellington-based healthcare IT services and support provider, has been acquired by TMG Cloudland for an undisclosed sum.

In a joint statement, Matthew Leahy, CEO of Primary IT, said joining TMG Cloudland will allow them to offer their clients “a broader range of services and advanced technologies.”

“We understand the current challenges in primary health, including budget and resourcing pressures. Our combined strengths will support practices in effectively doing more with less, ensuring they can continue to deliver high-quality care,” added TMG Cloudland chief customer officer Richie Jenkins. 


‘Abi’ comes to Benetas’ aged care homes

Benetas, an aged care service in Victoria, has started its trial of an AI-powered humanoid robot by Sydney-based startup Andromeda Robotics.

The companion robot, Abi, has been added to the Benetas’ extensive lifestyle programme. It runs on GPT4 AI models to recognise people, answer questions, and customise conversations. 

Abi, who also speaks over 90 languages, is being trialled at Benetas’ St George’s aged care home.

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