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Friday, 07 May 2010 16:08

Health Care Informed completes Royal Children's Hospital contract

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A Irish software company hopes an implementation at Melbourne's Royal Children's Hospital will be the first of many.


Melbourne's Royal Children's Hospital has installed Health Care Informed's (HCI) Quality Management Information System in various key departments.

John Sweeney, CEO of Health Care Informed, said "We are delighted to have the opportunity to work with Melbourne's Royal Children's Hospital. This now provides us with a base for the rollout of HCI's quality systems to similar organisations in Australia."

The contract was completed during an Irish trade and investment mission to Australia. Minister for Trade and Commerce, Billy Kelleher, said "Australia is a market of significant potential for Irish companies and the participants on this mission come from a range of dynamic, innovative companies with world-class products and services."

"Health Care Informed is a relatively young company and to secure this contract with such an iconic Australian institution as the Royal Children's Hospital in Melbourne is a substantial endorsement for the quality and competitiveness of their offering," he added.

 


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