Sydney, Australia – 13 July 2017
NEXA is pleased to announce a partnership with the Victorian Healthcare Association (VHA), the not-for-profit peak body for the $16bn Victorian public and community healthcare sector.
NEXA’s CEO Adrian Gold said the partnership was indicative of NEXA’s commitment to bringing best of breed technology solutions to the healthcare industry.
“It is a logical next step for NEXA to join forces with an esteemed organisation like VHA in our efforts to provide value-adding technology solutions to streamline the patient management process whilst improving operational efficiency and the overall patient experience in Victorian healthcare facilities.
“NEXA’s consultative approach and globally recognised technology sets the foundation for cost-effective service delivery and an improved environment and experience which is a key focus for VHA members.
“Our solution helps healthcare delivery professionals to view, plan, manage and promote care processes in any department or facility, simultaneously and in real-time.”
The VHA, which represents the 96 per cent of the Victorian public and community health services, has exceptional access, influence and scope amongst its members, who range from public hospitals, community health and aged care providers.
VHA Director of Development David Fien said the partnership with NEXA will add significant value to members, who are critically aware of the growing importance of the patient experience.
“We are delighted to join forces with NEXA as our industry faces an era of digital transformation. “
“The partnership will deliver valuable business intelligence and cost-efficient solutions, which will ultimately assist members enhance their patient experience and operations.”
In Victoria, NEXA’s Healthcare Solution is already successfully operating at the Royal Children’s Hospital, Royal Melbourne Hospital, Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Care (Peter Mac), Mercy Health, Cabrini Health, Barwon Health and Northern Health, and in 8 other healthcare facilities across Australia.