TALi gets Australian green light for cognitive attention training device
TALi Digital, an ASX-listed developer of diagnostic and therapeutic tools to improve children’s attention, has received Therapeutic Goods Administration approval for its latest product, ReadyAttentionGo!
Available on digital tablets, the software as a medical device serves as a cognitive trainer that helps develop attention skills in children aged 3 to 10 through digital games. It is an adjunct tool intended for use under the direction of a healthcare professional.
EpiSoft Integrates Cancer Management Platform with My Health Record
Episoft now allows users of its medical oncology and administration platform to upload treatment cycle summaries directly to My Health Record.
According to a press release, the health IT developer has worked with the Australian Digital Health Agency to integrate its platform with MHR.
The integration now allows cancer care providers to upload treatment event summaries, as well as specialist letters, to MHR via the EpiSoft platform. They can now also access their patient’s MHR information through EpiSoft’s existing document viewer.
Unichem and Life Pharmacy launch unified app
Green Cross Health’s pharmaceutical brands, Unichem and Life Pharmacy, have launched a unified mobile application for ordering medication.
Available on iOS and Android devices, the Unichem and Life Pharmacy app connects consumers to their local pharmacy, which in turn can access their personal medication records in real time.
Other features of the app include reminders for taking medications, pre-ordering and booking pharmaceutical services. It also has a caregiver mode that allows a patient’s family members to manage their medications for them.
The app, according to Green Cross Health, replaces the old text alert system that Unichem and Life Pharmacy offered to their customers to remind them of their upcoming prescription drug collection. “Our new app is like having a pharmacy in your pocket,” said Alison Van Wyk, Unichem and Life Pharmacy Group COO.
Medtech Global and Manage My Health announce the integration of ALEX
New Zealand health IT companies Medtech Global and Manage My Health have collaborated to improve interoperability.
Medtech has integrated its Application Layer EXchange (ALEX) API into the Manage My Health patient portal, which is currently used by over 1.5 million users in New Zealand.
In addition to existing patient engagement features, this integration brings new functionality to the Manage My Health portal, including real-time appointment booking, patient self-check-in, and secure access to relevant information.