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Michael Wang is a Co-founder and CEO of Telecare, one of the largest virtual healthcare clinics in Australia. Telecare provides accessible, affordable, and efficient healthcare across specialist and allied health fields. In today's episode, Michael details his journey in starting a virtual clinic, and how Telecare is combining business, technology, and medicine to provide a digital-first healthcare service experience that makes things easier for everyone involved. Michael also talks about the catalysts that inspired Telecare, and the ways that healthcare practice owners can improve their processes by removing tedious activities.  Key takeaways: Telecare is a digital-first healthcare clinic that is digitising the communication process between patients, specialists, and referrers, to remove the need for outdated technology such as faxes and smooth the private practice pipeline. COVID-19 has increased the demand for digital options, including Telehealth appointments, and Telecare is helping practitioners with this transition by providing a digital virtual clinic. Resources and links: Telecare website Connect with Michael Wang on LinkedIn Connect: Listen to other episodes of Reimagining Healthcare Connect with Yianni Serpanos on LinkedIn Follow HealthTechX on LinkedIn Follow HealthTechX on Instagram Follow HealthTechX on Meetup This show is produced in collaboration with Wavelength Creative. Visit wavelengthcreative.com for more information.
Paul Wright is a Physiotherapist, and the author of the Amazon best-seller "How to Run a One Minute Practice". He's also the Founder of Practiceology, a program designed to help health business owners enjoy their lives by working less, earning more, and focusing on what matters. In today's episode, Paul shares his observations on the challenges of owning an allied healthcare business, and how overcoming those challenges helped him to write "How to Run a One Minute Practice". Paul also talks us through the key reasons why a healthcare business will succeed, and why his one-minute practice software can ensure that a modern healthcare business operates efficiently. Plus, Paul introduces us to the different support systems available within his Practiceology members community, and how they help business owners focus on key success factors.   Key takeaways: The One Minute practice is a methodology that empowers business owners to reclaim their free time by ensuring that their practice is built on processes that can function smoothly whether they're there or not. It's not enough to want to own a business, you have to think where the demand is, and determine if you can service demand in a profitable way.   Resources and links: One Minute Practice website Practiceology website Follow Paul Wright on LinkedIn   Connect: Listen to other episodes of Reimagining Healthcare Connect with Yianni Serpanos on LinkedIn Follow HealthTechX on LinkedIn Follow HealthTechX on Instagram Follow HealthTechX on Meetup This show is produced in collaboration with Wavelength Creative. Visit wavelengthcreative.com for more information.
Rochelle Mutton is a senior Occupational Therapist and the Founder of Motivate Kids, a digital-first OT healthcare service provider which works with kids in Australia’s disability sector. Plus, Tim Wilson, Co-founder and Director of Snapforms is back to share his insight as a health-tech software provider. In this episode, Rochelle and Tim discuss the growing number of practice owners who recognise the need to future-proof their allied healthcare practices and how they can use a digital first approach to do so. We showcase Rochelle’s story from a healthcare professional's viewpoint and compare it to Tim’s mindset as a healthtech service provider.   Key takeaways: Motivate Kids is an Occupational Therapy service provider that works primarily with children in the disability sector and focuses on connection, consistency, and compassion. Snapforms is an online form builder that allows healthcare providers to create, share, and collect data to support healthcare workflows. Digitising forms in a clinical setting, from intake forms for new patients to hiring new staff, can significantly improve efficiency and clarity in collecting information.   Resources and links: Motivate Kids Website Snapforms Website   Connect: Listen to other episodes of Reimagining Healthcare Connect with Yianni Serpanos on LinkedIn Follow HealthTechX on LinkedIn Follow HealthTechX on Instagram Follow HealthTechX on Meetup This show is produced in collaboration with Wavelength Creative. Visit wavelengthcreative.com for more information.
Travis Brunn, Rob Hydomako, and Eric Gartner are physiotherapists and Co-founders of SimpleSet, a digital health rehabilitation app that connects healthcare professionals with clients. They’ve each worked as physios for over 12 years, and founded SimpleSet 10 years ago to improve communication between clinicians and patients. In today’s episode, the boys discuss life as physios and digital health-tech founders, and how their app tackles the problems they faced as healthcare professionals. We talk through SimpleSet’s key features, and discuss the benefits for both clients and clinicians. Plus, an insight into the future of SimpleSet, and its potential uses in the broader healthcare world.   Key takeaways: SimpleSet is a complete suite of exercise prescription and patient engagement tools for physiotherapists and exercise professionals. It was designed by physiotherapists to ensure the maximum effectiveness in a clinical setting. SimpleSet helps you to be a more impactful exercise educator and helps your patients to be more successful in their rehabilitation. It fits a variety of needs, including to improve patient understanding and communication, even outside of a clinical session.   Resources and links: SimpleSet Website Eric Gartner on LinkedIn   Connect: Listen to other episodes of Reimagining Healthcare Connect with Yianni Serpanos on LinkedIn Follow HealthTechX on LinkedIn Follow HealthTechX on Instagram Follow HealthTechX on Meetup This show is produced in collaboration with Wavelength Creative. Visit wavelengthcreative.com for more information.
Hugo Richards is the Co-founder and CEO of Dystech, an evidence-based online literacy measurement and dyslexia screening platform powered by artificial intelligence. Hugo believes all problems have solutions; sometimes they just take a long time to find. But with advances in technology and artificial intelligence (AI), suddenly our human brains and problem-solving capabilities are far less limited. In this episode, Hugo discusses this passion and what digital health innovation can offer the speech pathology, literacy and dyslexia sectors across healthcare and education.   Key takeaways: Dystec has built a client engagement framework that helps track, monitor and evaluate success post initial assessment. This could make a significant and meaningful impact on families around the world who are supporting their children toward improvements and achievement of their own goals.   Connect: Listen to other episodes of Reimagining Healthcare Connect with Yianni Serpanos on LinkedIn Follow HealthTechX on LinkedIn Follow HealthTechX on Instagram Follow HealthTechX on Meetup This show is produced in collaboration with Wavelength Creative. Visit wavelengthcreative.com for more information.
Brandon Krongold and Matt Dowling are Investment Co-ordinators at Lighter Capital — a zero dilution, revenue-based debt capital provider for growing tech and healthtech businesses. In this episode, Brandon and Matt share their story and how Lighter Capital has invested hundreds of millions of dollars into growth companies. They also explain what terms like ‘zero dilution’, ‘zero equity warrants’, ‘zero personal guarantees’ and ‘financial covenants’ mean, before comparing and contrasting those terms with traditional debt or venture capital models.   Key takeaways: Lighter Capital, based in Australia and the U.S., is the pioneer and largest provider of non-dilutive debt capital to tech start-ups in Australia and the U.S. Every year, Lighter Capital works with hundreds of businesses to grow their companies. Lighter Capital’s revenue-based financing model makes it easy to access up to $1M in growth capital with zero dilution and no equity/warrants, personal guarantees or financial covenants. There aren't that many reasons why a start-up might fail, and one of those is surely not having enough resources to continuously grow momentum. Therefore, every healthtech founder should be learning what options are available to them to be able to access cash and/or resources and when to engage with those options.   Resources and links: https://www.linkedin.com/company/lighter-capital/ https://lightercapital.com/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/brandon-krongold-a97824158/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/matthew-dowling-a75ba611/   Connect: Listen to other episodes of Reimagining Healthcare Connect with Yianni Serpanos on LinkedIn Follow HealthTechX on LinkedIn Follow HealthTechX on Instagram Follow HealthTechX on Meetup This show is produced in collaboration with Wavelength Creative. Visit wavelengthcreative.com for more information.
Sarah Bartholomeusz is the Principal at You Legal, an award-winning commercial law firm helping health and HealthTech businesses protect their purpose. Sarah has over 18 years experience as a lawyer and has an active practice in corporate and commercial law. In this episode, Sarah shares how her vision for You Legal aligns with the principles of Digital First Healthcare, how the business is working with healthcare professionals to modernise healthcare service delivery, and how Sarah is passionate about working with businesses to minimise their risks and maximise their potential.   Key takeaways: You Legal focuses on healthcare and healthtech businesses with some innovative client engagement approaches to help build businesses in a digital-first way. They work with healthcare professionals to proactively protect their practices, by helping business owners understand their vulnerabilities and what steps are needed to take to fix them. You Legal helps health, health tech and medtech businesses protect their purpose by preventing the typical frustrations that healthcare business owners face. They humanise law in a commercially easy to budget for approach.   Resources and links: https://youlegal.com.au/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/sarahbartholomeusz/   Connect: Listen to other episodes of Reimagining Healthcare Connect with Yianni Serpanos on LinkedIn Follow HealthTechX on LinkedIn Follow HealthTechX on Instagram Follow HealthTechX on Meetup This show is produced in collaboration with Wavelength Creative. Visit wavelengthcreative.com for more information.
Lynette Reeves is a Behavioral Change Specialist with the Miroma Project Factory, a globally integrated digital development studio coupling leading edge, engaging solutions with unique behavioural change, storytelling and gamification. In this episode, Lynette discusses behavioural economics and behavioural centred design, including understanding some key frameworks for digital health product design such as the ‘EAST framework’. She also talks through how to evaluate effectiveness in supporting client outcomes in clinical health, wellbeing and social change.   Key takeaways: Lynette began her career working in healthcare before moving into the agency realm. She now works with clients to achieve success with healthtech and digital health initiatives using behavioural change techniques. Behavioural science and economics underpins a lot of what is currently offered to us in the digital space. Trying to reimagine healthcare without behavioural insights is likely to lead to failure. One might say the secret to success is to constantly inform your innovation road map using behavioural insights.   Resources and links: LinkedIn for MPF: https://www.linkedin.com/company/miromaprojectfactory/ LinkedIn for Lynette: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lynette-reeves-20525214/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/miromaprojectfactory Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/miromaprojectfactory/   Connect: Listen to other episodes of Reimagining Healthcare Connect with Yianni Serpanos on LinkedIn Follow HealthTechX on LinkedIn Follow HealthTechX on Instagram Follow HealthTechX on Meetup This show is produced in collaboration with Wavelength Creative. Visit wavelengthcreative.com for more information.
Original publish date: 08 Dec 2020 Laura Simmons is a paediatric occupational therapist and founder of Theratrak, an app that allows therapists to prescribe, monitor and track customised therapy programmes for children. In this episode, Laura shares her journey and transition from being a full-time therapist into becoming a start-up founder, what type of therapy challenges and problems she observed that led to creating Theratrak, and how using Theratrak has transformed her daily schedule.   Key takeaways: Laura is an occupational therapist who has worked in paediatrics in Sydney for eight years. One of the things she's most enthusiastic about is helping kids reach their goals and helping kids become independent. With Theratrak, clients now can engage with programmes and their therapists remotely, and from the comfort of their home undertake the prescribed programmes. Theratrak helps capture, create and digitise programmes that the client and parents take home with them via a secure mobile app.   Resources and links: https://www.theratrak.co/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/laura-simmons-a0447a95/   Connect: Listen to other episodes of Reimagining Healthcare Connect with Yianni Serpanos on LinkedIn Follow HealthTechX on LinkedIn Follow HealthTechX on Instagram Follow HealthTechX on Meetup This show is produced in collaboration with Wavelength Creative. Visit wavelengthcreative.com for more information.
Original publish date: 10 Nov 2020 Chris Naoumidis is the Co-founder and Co-CEO of Mindset Health. Mindset Health provides app-based hypnotherapy programmes to help people manage and improve their health. In this episode, Chris shares how a very stressful period of his life led to him becoming interested in gut-directed hypnotherapy; we discuss the evidence backing Mindset's digital therapeutic apps; and Chris shares how evidence-based digital health can provide a set of tools for practitioners to better support their clients.   Key takeaways: Initially, Mindset started as a very simple app intending to act as a preventative. They then started working with experts in various fields and now provide research-based, highly-effective therapies. They realised that hypnosis has a huge evidence-base and is a sound medical treatment as a way to amplify different therapies. So they launched Mindset, a broad range of hypnotherapy programmes focusing on different conditions like anxiety, stress, negative thinking and sleep. Hypnotherapy is one of the most effective treatments for IBS. A Monash study found that when comparing gut-directed hypnotherapy to a low-FODMAP diet, both were roughly as effective as each other, with a 72% response rate.   Resources and links: https://www.mindsethealth.com/   Connect: Listen to other episodes of Reimagining Healthcare Connect with Yianni Serpanos on LinkedIn Follow HealthTechX on LinkedIn Follow HealthTechX on Instagram Follow HealthTechX on Meetup This show is produced in collaboration with Wavelength Creative. Visit wavelengthcreative.com for more information.
Dr Patrick Aouad is the Co-founder and CEO of [cu]health, a virtual medical practice for businesses. Pat is focused on bringing evidence-based approaches supported by appropriate innovation to support trusted, compassionate and excellent healthcare. In this episode, Pat shares his journey through the healthcare industry. Originally a consulting neurologist, Pat co-founded a medical practice and achieved extensive academic qualifications, including publishing research. He’s since co-founded [cu]health, with a vision to bring virtual medical and healthcare support to businesses right to the desktop of employees.   Key takeaways: Dr Aouad is an experienced company director with a wealth of practical knowledge in operations of general medical practices having co-founded Loxley Health in 2017. He currently sits on several advisory boards providing his expertise in neurology and digital health. [cu]health uses a customer experience focused and digital-first mindset to reimagine healthcare service delivery, to support the needs of a growing number of clients and the healthcare workforce. [cu]health enables a person to collaborate with their GP, Psychologist, Dietician and Health Coach from their home or office desktop. It provides a purpose-built dashboard, goal framework, medication management and telehealth features, as well as an innovative open-plan soundproof office access point called a [cu]pod.   Resources and links: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dr-patrick-aouad-91a757b8/ https://www.cuhealth.com.au/ https://www.linkedin.com/company/cuhealth/ https://www.facebook.com/CU-Health-108484474908890 https://www.instagram.com/cu.health/?hl=en   Connect: https://www.linkedin.com/in/yianni-serpanos/ https://www.linkedin.com/company/healthtechx https://www.instagram.com/my_healthtechx/ https://www.meetup.com/HealthTechX/ This show is produced in collaboration with Wavelength Creative. Visit wavelengthcreative.com for more information.
Alexandra Robertson is the VP of Client Growth & Innovation at XIL Health — a technology and consulting company supporting Pharmacies, Benefits Managers, Accountable Care Organisations and Hospitals to innovate and optimise their healthcare businesses. In this episode, Alexandra talks to us about the complexity and innovation opportunities for consumer access to drugs within the medical and pharmaceutical benefits system, its supply and also its management. She then turns to the opportunities and threats that traditional bricks and mortar distribution models face.   Key takeaways:  In a tech world, it’s easy to think we just need one more piece of tech, but the important and simple questions need to be asked… Why and what? And only then can we address how in an optimised and effective manner. XIL Health creates actionable strategies and innovative technologies that help stabilise your business, diversify your revenue streams and disrupt the status quo. Consumer access and patient experience can drive strategic transformation beyond just medication management, into more value-adding and sustainable wellness models.   Resources and links: https://www.xilhealth.com/ http://www.xilimpact.com/ https://www.linkedin.com/company/xilhealth/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/aemrobertson/ https://twitter.com/aemrobertson   Connect: https://www.linkedin.com/in/yianni-serpanos/ https://www.linkedin.com/company/healthtechx https://www.instagram.com/my_healthtechx/ https://www.meetup.com/HealthTechX/ This show is produced in collaboration with Wavelength Creative. Visit wavelengthcreative.com for more information.
Original publish date: 12 Nov 2019. Entrepreneur and co-author of Fit to Practice, Kaye Frankcom joins me on this episode. Kaye is an accomplished psychologist and passionate businesswoman. Her career path has taken her from consultant to speaker, and owner of her own group practice for 17 years. Kaye addresses issues that should be tackled when deciding whether to enter into private practice alone. With more practitioners leaning toward running their own practices, Kaye poses key questions that are relevant to taking this leap. Have you considered costs? Are you familiar with administration? What is your selling point? Tune in to learn how you can better equip yourself to help your patients! Kaye explains that clinicians have a serious role to fill for their patients in an industry where being mediocre is justifiably “unacceptable”. With her years of experience, she is passionate about leading clinicians in the right direction to execute collaboration that can actually change lives. Her vision for the future lies in integrated public and private health systems and a single platform for all collaboration.   Key takeaways: Kaye Frankcom Consulting provides coaching services to psychologists in order to ensure their clinical outcomes are exceptional and business visions are achieved! People who stay in treatment have an 80% chance of getting better versus those who are untreated Before leaping into private practice, it is vital that you ask yourself if you are effective at what you do! 40% of people drop out of treatment before they reach a positive outcome Use tangible metrics (numbers and data) to develop staff, business practices and to improve patient treatment in your practice. Working with client feedback has a proven history of creating successful outcomes Outcome measurement should be in place for every practice, if you are serious about being effective.   Resources and links: Kay Frankcom’s website: https://kayefrankcom.com  To join in the two-day retreat: https://www.psychology.org.au/Event/20937 Email Kaye: kaye@kayefrankcom.com Buy Kaye Frankcom’s book: https://www.amazon.com.au/Fit-Practice-Everything-psychology-Australia/dp/1922117773/   Connect: https://www.linkedin.com/in/yianni-serpanos/ https://www.linkedin.com/company/healthtechx https://www.instagram.com/my_healthtechx/ https://www.meetup.com/HealthTechX/ This show is produced in collaboration with Wavelength Creative. Visit wavelengthcreative.com for more information.
Dr Jim Feng is the Founder & CEO of Phyxable, an end-to-end virtual pain and prevention platform that uses machine learning, augmented reality and gamification to coach people out of pain. In this episode, Jimmy breaks down the reasons why digital health for the musculoskeletal professionals is not only needed, but how it adds value to clients/ patients, improves engagement, healthcare outcomes and leads to potentially better professional work lives for healthcare professionals.   Key takeaways: Dr Feng is a chiropractor, as well as a Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist and Medical Acupuncturist. He’s directed medical teams for world championships, as well as professional and Olympic Level sporting events in MMA and Wrestling. Phyxable aims to empower users with better human performance and better clinical engagement with their healthcare providers. Phyxable practitioners diagnose their users and then create custom video-based plans for their users to follow. They then keep track of the patient’s progression with their proprietary technology, and continue to motivate them in reaching their health goals.   Resources and links: www.phyxable.com  https://www.linkedin.com/in/dr-jim-feng-healthtech-ceo-2b46a116/   Connect: https://www.linkedin.com/in/yianni-serpanos/ https://www.linkedin.com/company/healthtechx https://www.instagram.com/my_healthtechx/ https://www.meetup.com/HealthTechX/ This show is produced in collaboration with Wavelength Creative. Visit wavelengthcreative.com for more information.
Ben Raphael is the Co-founder of Stake Something, an app designed to help people achieve their goals using the concept of “staking”. Staking is a method to motivate and hold people accountable for taking the necessary actions designed to help that person succeed. In this episode, Ben discusses the behavirourial economics of loss aversion and present bias. He also talks about the neuroscience of taking action that leads to building a customer experience where individuals and their coaches (or healthcare providers) can define goals and actions to hold themselves accountable.   Key takeaways: Stake Something stops you procrastinating by encouraging you to set goals each week and then ‘putting something at stake’ (usually money). The app then asks you if you’ve achieved that goal, and if ‘yes’, you keep the money; if ‘no’, the money goes to your chosen charity. The research behind Stake Something is based on a new branch of psychology known as ‘behavirourial economics’, which shows that people are more motivated by keeping what they already have, rather than attaining a goal. The app has an average 80% success rate in encouraging people in meeting their goals. Healthcare providers, which are often plagued by patient adherence challenges, could potentially use this methodology as a way of overcoming those issues.   Resources and links: https://stakesomething.com/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/ben-raphael/   Connect: https://www.linkedin.com/in/yianni-serpanos/ https://www.linkedin.com/company/healthtechx https://www.instagram.com/my_healthtechx/ https://www.meetup.com/HealthTechX/ This show is produced in collaboration with Wavelength Creative. Visit wavelengthcreative.com for more information.
Alan Zaia is an osteopath, and he's also the Founder and CEO of Osteohustle. Osteohustle is a business and marketing company run by a team of osteopaths which helps osteopaths achieve their own version of success. In this episode, Alan explains why he developed Osteohustle, and the digital-first approach Osteohustle takes, which enables osteopaths to build their own brands and achieve their own goals. With both the personal experience as a business owner, and now as a community leader supporting other osteopaths, Alan walks us through the typical approach, what’s in the members’ area, the basics of marketing, and so much more.   Key takeaways:  After Alan graduated, he realised he knew how to be an osteopath but not how to run a business. So he spent two years speaking to over 300 clinic owners learning how to run a clinic, before creating Osteohustle with the information he had learnt. Osteohustle helps osteopaths with everything they need to know to start their own clinic: from building a brand to Instagram marketing; from managing time in-clinic to building a great clinic culture. Regardless of whether you’re an osteopath or not, the wisdom of the Osteohustle's methods can add value right across healthcare and healthtech to take us closer to a world of digital health empowerment for all people.   Resources and links: https://www.osteohustle.com/ https://www.instagram.com/osteohustle/ https://www.facebook.com/osteohustle   Connect: https://www.linkedin.com/in/yianni-serpanos/ https://www.linkedin.com/company/healthtechx https://www.instagram.com/my_healthtechx/ https://www.meetup.com/HealthTechX/ This show is produced in collaboration with Wavelength Creative. Visit wavelengthcreative.com for more information.
Gaelene Adams Wood is the Managing Director and Business IMPACT Partner with Team Fusion International, a business leadership coaching group from New Zealand. They help business owners redefine meaning in business, relationships and life. Gaelene is a leading expert on improving productivity in business through high-performance leadership coaching and creating high performing teams. In this episode, she shares how she drew from her personal experience as an employee working within teams to develop a better way to create and build inspired, empowered, engaged and high performing team cultures.   Key takeaways: Gaelene is a Business IMPACT Partner, Leadership Coach, Trainer, Workshop Facilitator, Keynote Speaker, Personality Profiling Expert, Author and Team Performance Coach to Award Winning and multi Award Winning businesses and those who want to be the best in their industry. Team Fusion International can work with you to redefine your workforce, with a focus on bringing your team together in a quick, effective and sustainable way. The personal aspects of a business owner’s life can and likely will impact the culture with their team. In other words, their personal issues can unconsciously shape or negatively impact their team culture.   Resources and links: https://teamfusion.co.nz/our-team/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/gaeleneadamswood/ https://www.facebook.com/gaelene.adams.wood/   Connect: https://www.linkedin.com/in/yianni-serpanos/ https://www.linkedin.com/company/healthtechx https://www.instagram.com/my_healthtechx/ https://www.meetup.com/HealthTechX/ This show is produced in collaboration with Wavelength Creative. Visit wavelengthcreative.com for more information.
Klaus Bartosch is the Co-founder and CEO of 1st Group, an online marketplace focused on improving lives by connecting healthcare consumers with a variety of healthcare providers and information. In this episode, Klaus talks about the 1st Group, the healthcare problems it’s focused on, and how they’re addressing those problems. He also discusses the types of products now available and what areas of healthcare service experiences they cover.   Key takeaways: Patients today expect the ability to search and book appointments online and engage in other ways with their healthcare providers. 1st Group has a company mission statement of improving lives by connecting consumers to a variety of healthcare services and information, so they can get well sooner and stay well longer. Digital-first thinking in healthcare will result in better outcomes for consumers as well as providers, through connecting the digital fabric between points of care.   Resources and links: https://www.linkedin.com/in/klausbartosch/ https://www.1stgrp.com/ https://www.myhealth1st.com.au/   Connect: https://www.linkedin.com/in/yianni-serpanos/ https://www.linkedin.com/company/healthtechx https://www.instagram.com/my_healthtechx/ https://www.meetup.com/HealthTechX/ This show is produced in collaboration with Wavelength Creative. Visit wavelengthcreative.com for more information.
Neeraj Maharaj is the Program Director for Secure Messaging with the Australian Digital Health Agency (ADHA), a statutory authority in the form of a corporate Commonwealth entity. The ADHA has a vision to create a healthier future for Australians through connected healthcare. In this episode, Neeraj shares his journey within the ADHA, as well as a number of programs he's been delivering including the recent Provider Connect Australia.   Key takeaways: Neeraj is a passionate digital health innovator currently focused on digital enablement and incremental improvements to the digital healthcare system supporting outcomes for Australians. Provider Connect Australia will drive greater interoperability and adoption of secure messaging across the Australian healthcare system and provide benefits to both patients and health professionals. When healthcare provider organisations update their contact details within Provider Connect Australia (PCA), PCA will automatically send their new details to nominated hospitals, pathology and radiology services, including public service directories, secure messaging providers, clinical systems and more.   Resources and links: https://www.digitalhealth.gov.au/healthcare-providers/initiatives-and-programs/provider-connect-australia https://twitter.com/AuDigitalHealth https://www.facebook.com/AuDigitalHealth https://www.linkedin.com/company/australian-digital-health-agency/mycompany/   Connect: https://www.linkedin.com/in/yianni-serpanos/ https://www.linkedin.com/company/healthtechx https://www.instagram.com/my_healthtechx/ https://www.meetup.com/HealthTechX/ This show is produced in collaboration with Wavelength Creative. Visit wavelengthcreative.com for more information.
Mohammad Mohaghegh is the Co-founder and Director of Panteya, a patient experience application bridging the gap between medical specialists and their patients. In this episode, Mohammad shares his experience with the UNSW Health 10x accelerator program, whilst working directly with specialists to uncover their client engagement problems. Mohammad explains how he is designing the Panteya MVP ... all while being an undergraduate student, all seemingly with a smile on his face.   Key takeaways: Panteya is an mHealth tool that aims to increase communications between specialists and their patients, to reduce recovery-related re-admissions via integrated and secure Patient Results Outcome blocks. Within Panteya are some real breakthrough ideas that leverage human centred design, privacy by design and digital health concepts to support patient engagement, adherence and feedback. Central to the Panteya story is the hard work and commitment of its founders to synergise their skills and build the relationships needed to commercialise the product.   Resources and links: https://www.panteya.com.au/ www.linkedin.com/company/panteya https://www.instagram.com/panteya.care/ Connect: https://www.linkedin.com/in/yianni-serpanos/ https://www.linkedin.com/company/healthtechx https://www.instagram.com/my_healthtechx/ https://www.meetup.com/HealthTechX/ This show is produced in collaboration with Wavelength Creative. Visit wavelengthcreative.com for more information.
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