Alcidion Group Limited has signed a new contract with ACT Health to further extend the use of Patientrack across the ACT. The total value of the contract is $711K over 2.5 years (to October 2022).
This new contract supersedes a prior contract through which ACT Health originally acquired a perpetual licence to use Patientrack at The Canberra Hospital (TCH), and then at the new University of Canberra Hospital (UCH) for an initial 2.5-year term.
The new contract covers the ongoing licensing, support and maintenance of the Patientrack software at TCH and UCH through to October 2022, as well as extending licensing and support arrangements to cover the Calvary Public Hospital, Bruce for an initial three-year term.
Alcidion Group Managing Director Kate Quirke said:
“Alcidion greatly values our ongoing relationship with ACT Health. Since signing on last year for the deployment of Miya, Patientrack and Smartpage platforms, the relationship has continued to expand. As well as this contract, we expect a new patient room board system will go-live soon across every bed at the new University of Canberra Public Hospital.
“This deal with ACT Health adds to our growing momentum of contract wins secured in FY2019 since the MKM Health acquisition and continues to build our increasing revenue pipeline. Our implementation with ACT Health powerfully demonstrates our full-service health IT offering and supports Alcidion’s market position and capabilities as a global leader in healthcare IT.”