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Digital partnership to expand innovative technology reach for healthcare providers

Health Industry Hub | November 17, 2021 |
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Digital & Innovation: Since March 2020, 88,251 practitioners have delivered 79.6 million telehealth services to 15.7 million patients.

Telehealth technology experts, Visionflex, are proud to announce a new partnership with digital infrastructure specialists, Syndeticom. Together, the two companies will work to expand the reach of their innovative technology solutions for Australian healthcare providers.

The partnership has already seen the launch of a new mobile telehealth solution that will be used in NSW Health locations across Western NSW and Far West NSW Local Health Districts (LHDs). Combined, these two LHDs cover almost 500,000 square kilometres and service some of the state’s most sparsely populated communities.

Visionflex’s Chief Executive Officer and co-founder, Mike Harman, said “We are very excited to announce our new partnership with Syndeticom.
“We believe that Australian technology leads the way in creating world-class health solutions. Syndeticom has extensive experience as innovators in the digital infrastructure sphere, while Visionflex are leaders in the design and manufacture of new generation, clinical telehealth technology. Together, we are committed to delivering the best possible outcomes for our clients, and their patients, in the health sector.

“We have already seen NSW Health choose to work with Syndeticom and Visionflex, and we will be expanding our offer across the country. Having the ability to simply and effectively perform clinical examinations via video conferencing, lifts the bar in telehealth expectations and leads to increased efficiencies in the health sector.”

Syndeticom’s General Manager, Duncan MacLennan, said “This exciting new partnership opens a whole new level of opportunities for the growing Australian telehealth market to procure Australian designed and manufactured telehealth infrastructure without the cost, time and quality limitations and inconsistencies experienced in procuring overseas. Furthermore, our clients have the confidence of ongoing maintenance and support services across their range of telehealth infrastructure, which is just a local phone call away.”


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