Netsoft on Stand 10 at HCHA Conference 2015

Thanks to all nurses and Home Care Companies that chose to visit our stand to find out more about our product!

Netsoft Health Solutions is currently welcoming home and community service companies onto their stand to discuss Care~Call, Remote Worker and our AMS partnership.

The HCHA Conference is the perfect opportunity for face to face time with the industry with Care~Call evolving with integration with interRAI, mobile technology and investigating implementation of inter visit travel times.

If you can't make it to the show why not speak to Michael Beaumont (michaelb@netsoft.net.nz) about our software.


Savvy tech companies join forces in global healthcare market

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Savvy local tech companies join forces to forge new gold standard in lucrative global healthcare market

Dynamic mobile software company Kinross Group Ltd and leading digital healthcare business Netsoft, have formed a partnership; one which will spearhead a new gold standard in healthcare and increase their global footprint. Both companies are already well established. Kinross through their innovative mobile software platform AMS and Netsoft, with esteemed digital solutions for the aged-care, home care and disability markets.

This new partnership heralds significant and immediate benefits to healthcare providers and recipients on both sides of the Tasman. Kinross and Netsoft have harnessed IT and digital solutions that place quality, stability and security at the forefront of their endeavours. Together, their technologies offer customers economical and instant service delivery capability. The immediacy and practicality of their solutions enable healthcare practitioners and caregivers to track information in real time and be completely mobile via mobile devices - phones and tablets. This saves time and money, and reduces their customers’ carbon footprint.

The benefits of merging IT solutions within home and community health will have huge benefits for the community, not least paving the way for better health outcomes for the general population. “The more healthcare that can be provided in your home the better. This is the healthcare that ANZ can afford; ironically, it is also better health,” says Kinross Director, Ruth Bruce.

Netsoft Marketing Director, Michael Beaumont went on to say, “You can’t do things incorrectly in the health market. The end goal is always ‘best practice.’” Kinross and Netsoft share the same ethos of placing people ahead of profits. Their common objective is to deliver quality products at a competitive price. Both strive to upskill and empower their clients to take their systems and run with them, rather than landing them with regular, hefty fees.

The thinking at Kinross and Netsoft aligns with the National IT Health Board’s stated goal, which is ‘To lead the implementation of the National Health IT Plan, including: integrated national and regional information systems to enable electronic access to reliable, trusted information for consumers and treatment providers at the point of care; and supporting the improvement in clinical quality, integration and effectiveness of child health and maternity services by implementing national child health and maternity systems.’

This also chimes in with the current public service mandate of offering health consumers greater choice through a fee-for-service model. “This has been standard practice in New Zealand for some time now,”says Beaumont, “whereas, Australia comes from a place of bulk funding and they are now grappling with the implications of such seismic change, not least the newly imposed National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) and ‘Every Australian Counts’ mandate, which Julia Gillard pushed through just prior to exiting politics.”

Tony Ryall recognises the significance of the health sector, saying in his Valedictory Speech in July 2014, “I think many people underestimate the size of the health sector in New Zealand. It is 10 percent of GDP. For every $1 spent in New Zealand, 10c is spent in the health sector, not only in our $15 billion public health service with 75,000 staff but a very strong and dynamic private sector, with $1 billion in natural health products, $1 billion in health IT and devices, and some great New Zealand companies. I think it is this intersection of health and technology that is going to provide an opportunity to create untold wealth into the future and it is really important that New Zealand is part of that.”

By sharing technologies, Kinross and Netsoft are now a force to be reckoned with in the billion dollar health sector. “We recognise that combining our resources is a huge plus”, says Bruce. “It means that we can deliver optimal and affordable health outcomes on a global scale, and expand our reach at the same time, which is pretty good going for two small enterprises from Down Under.”

Bruce and Beaumont today signed a contract ratifying their important new partnership. They will be attending the Health and Community Health Association Conference (HCHA), 28-30 April 2015, their first public appearance as joint partners.

Community Health mobile IT partnership

Netsoft is very pleased to announce that AMS + Netsoft is now a winning combination. Netsoft Limited and Kinross (AMS) have joined  their respective software offerings to offer an integrated  mobile data capture and workflow system  for Community and Home Health providers in NZ and Australia. Both Kinross and Netsoft will be at the HCHA conference in Auckland on the 28th – 30th April this year. Come and talk to us.


The Christie Centre purchases Disability Manager

The Christie Centre provides group, individual and employment services for people with a disability in the Sunraysia region of Victoria, Australia.

The Christie Centre purchased Netsoft's Disability Manager as a client management system to help better the lives of the people they support.

Welcome Back

2014 was a strong year with solid growth for Netsoft

Our development team has worked closely with existing and new clients to strengthen our products, offering exciting new features that enable them to spend more time helping their clients. 

The end of 2014 saw the tick of approval for the integration of InterRAI into Res~Call for the New Zealand market, with early 2015 seeing its roll-out to our clients. 

We added some outstanding Nursing Bureau functionality into Care~Call, which streamlines job management and creates efficiency and cost savings. This was developed for our new client Senate Nursing Bureau.  

We introduced our RVA Sales and Marketing Module into Res-Call, this will continue to be enhanced in 2015. It was developed for our new client Sanderson Group. Our RVA Module was further enhanced during the year too. 

2014 saw our first strategic implementations into the Australian Market with Araluen, Wallara and PALS Inc, and ongoing projects with Golden City Support Service and B’Nai Brith Retirement Village.  

In addition, several prestigious retirement villages became Netsoft clients in 2014 including: Aria Villages, Retirement Assets Limited, and the Sanderson Group.  We also sold Res~Call and Disability Manager to a number of other sites throughout Australasia.  

We will continue to advance development with our strong product road maps, creating exciting features and functionality for existing clients and for our sales teams to take to new clients. One of these will be Remote Worker, our community care mobile product, and later Care~Call MS SQL will be released.

We are looking at partnering with other software systems to enhance our products. We’ll let you know when these are ready to go!

In 2015, we will continue to build on the momentum of 2014 with ongoing development and support for our client base and further growth in the Australian and New Zealand market.

 

Whaioro Trust Purchases Netsoft's Disability Manager

Whaioro Trust is a Maori Mental Health service providing opportunities for people with mental health issues.

Whaioro Trust purchased Disability Manager as a client management system and will work alongside Netsoft's existing client MASH Trust who will support Whaioro Trust with implementation and training.



The Waratah purchases Res~Call

The Waratah, a community run, locally owned rest home in Henderson has purchased Res~Call to be implemented in early 2015.

Thinking of the future, the Waratah, who are about to build a retirement village, saw Res~Call as the perfect software for them. They were highly interested in our mobile device, Res~Call Mobile and they felt our RVA sales and marketing solution would support them with their venture into retirement villages.

 

NDS CEO Conference December 8 – 9

Come and visit stand 37 to learn about how Disability Manager can help your organisation.

4 great reasons to choose Disability Manager

1. NDIS and DHS exporting

2. Improved rostering

3. Better client management

4. Simplified staff management

 To find out more phone us on 1800 028847 or see us at the conference

Retirement Assets purchase Res~Call

Retirement Assets who have 3 prestigious retirement villages and care facilities have just purchased Res~Call. Res~Call is designed to run everything from sales and marketing to admin to clinical care for Retirement Assets

Retirement Assets have also purchased MYOB EXO business which will integrate with Res~Call. This will allow complex billing structures to be managed easily. This will eliminate errors and increase financial efficiencies.

Golden City Support Services selects Disability Manager and Care~Call

One of the leading organisations’ in the disability sector in Australia, Golden City Support Services (GCSS) will use Disability Manager and Care~Call to run everything from client and staff management to rostering and financial integration.

Netsoft is excited to work with GCSS to implement a software solution that will add value from day 1 and continue to move them forward for years to come.

Aria Retirement Villages implement Netsoft Res~Call

Aria Retirement Villages purchased Res~Call and MYOB EXO to better manager their financial and client care needs. 

The key for Aria Retirement Villages is access to administrative, financial, clinical and scheduling data in one central location.

Res~Call allows your facility to save time and money