Under the agreement, Bodycare will utilise the MyHealth1st platform to deliver additional patient flow and practice service promotion of the 130 practices, aimed at increasing their scale and the efficiency.
Bodycare manage over 70,000 employees, treat more than 115,000 injuries onsite and attend more than 400,000 appointments each year.
1ST Group (ASX:1ST) says that utilising the MyHealth1st platform, Bodycare will be able to provide their customers with a “seamless and more efficient process for patients to access their services”.
“The team at 1st Group and their MyHealth1st platform ticked all the boxes! They have been fabulous throughout our negotiations.”
The 2-year agreement provides a combination of setup, subscription and booking fees (advertising revenue), and in addition, Bodycare practices have the option of also signing up to EasyRecalls, EasyFeedback and other MyHealth1st products.
1ST Group says implementation of the MyHealth1st services will be over several phases and is expected to be completed within six months.
Managing Director & Co-Founder, Klaus Bartosch said, “The flexibility and breadth of capabilities offered by our MyHealth1st platform and the quality of our team continues to be highly regarded by leading and fast-growing organisations in the healthcare industry”.
“This agreement with Bodycare demonstrates our competitive advantage and strategic position in the healthcare market.”