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Connected care system rolling out to pharmacies

Friday 14 November 2014, Pharmacy Today reports that pharmacists will soon be able to create electronic medicine adherence plans that can be read and added to when their patient visits their GP or goes into hospital.

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Singaporean Advance Care Plans Improve Quality Of Care

Singapore's Agency for Integrated Care has extended its Advance Care Plan (ACP) pilot to more patients, with a view to roll the programme out nationally in early 2015. HSA Global's Connected Care Management Solution (CCMS) enables the programme to capture patient and their family's wishes and share them widely, and securely, with health providers throughout Singapore.

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Prof. Chad Boult Talks About Connected Care

Prof. Chad Boult speaks about his experiences and views on connected care, during his visit to the Australasian Long Term Conditions conference in Auckland, New Zealand.

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CCMS To Be Rolled Out For At-Risk Patients In Counties-Manukau

WRITTEN BY KATE MCDONALD, PULSE & IT, ON 27 AUGUST 2014.

Counties-Manukau District Health Board will roll out HSAGlobal's CCMS connected care platform to all general practices in the district by June next year to allow them to provide a care plan to up to 30,000 patients with long-term conditions.

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HSAGlobal Looks To Share CCMS With Pharmacy Systems

WRITTEN BY KATE MCDONALD, PULSE & IT, 25 JULY 2014.

Shared care software vendor HSAGlobal is running proof of concept trials with community pharmacies in the four Northern DHBs to see how pharmacists can use its CCMS solution to share medication adherence plans with GPs.

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Technology Supports New Models Of Care For Long-Term Conditions

HSAGlobal is sponsoring the 2nd Australasian Long Term Conditions Conference, in Auckland July 29 and 30. Join us to learn more about creating new models of care to meet 21st century demands.

Whānau Tahi Newsletter, Issue 8 2014

Please click here to read Issue 8 of the Whānau Tahi newsletter.

Professor Chad Boult - expert in models of care for persons with complex health needs - to speak at Long Term Conditions Conference

HSAGlobal is proud to sponsor the second Australasian Long Term Conditions Conference in Auckland on 29-30 July. Facilitated by the Long-Term Conditions Clinical Network and The Health Navigator Charitable Trust, this forum will champion new models of care for people and communities with long term conditions.

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New Zealand Healthcare Congress - Enabling Change

An over-riding theme at June's Healthcare Congress was that while technology plays a crucial part in achieving integrated care, it is only one element. An exclusive focus on technology typically leads to producing something people don't want, don't need and is never a natural part of the real world clinical workflow or patient's lifestyle.

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Learnings from New Zealand shared at ENGAGED

Matt Hector-Taylor presented on our experiences in shared care planning from Canterbury, Auckland and other regions in New Zealand, Singapore and Australia at ENGAGED in Kent in June.

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HSAGlobal Joins Healthcare Congress Conference, 10-11 June, Auckland

HSAGlobal will speak at the New Zealand Healthcare Congress on adopting new business models.

The theme of this year's Congress is 'transformation' and HSAGlobal's Matt Hector-Taylor will discuss how technology companies can change their business models to meet the needs of the payers and providers of healthcare.

HSAGlobal Presents At ‘ENGAGED’, 3 June, Canterbury, United Kingdom

HSAGlobal has been invited to share our experiences in shared care planning at ENGAGED, a conference organized by Kent County Council and NHS – Mutual Learning Strategies and Tools. We are looking forward to joining practitioners from ENGAGED, a European thematic network in the field of active and healthy ageing, and Kent, selected as one of 13 pioneer sites throughout the UK. Matt Hector-Taylor will speak on shared care planning as it relates to people with chronic conditions such as dementia, and their carers.