Global Health’s MasterCare Patient Administration System, (PAS), has been selected for deployment at Arcadia Pittwater rehabilitation hospital. Launching in early 2018, the 5-year contract will see MasterCare PAS hosted on Global Health’s Altitude Cloud Service.
Arcadia Pittwater is a new 85-bed purpose-built rehabilitation hospital part of Arcadia Health Care. Located in the heart of Sydney’s Northern Beaches, the new hospital offers high-quality medical services to support patient recovery to the growing Northern Beaches of Sydney.
Global Health has more than 30 years of experience working with brand new healthcare sites and the opportunity to work with Australia’s newest private hospital group is an exciting addition to Global Health’s customer base in the private sector. MasterCare PAS is the core system for a number of other rehabilitation hospitals across Australia and continues to be recognised as one of the most comprehensive administrative systems available to both day and overnight hospitals.
Hosting MasterCare PAS on Global Health’s Altitude Cloud further enhances solutions for hospitals seeking to provide high-quality patient care.
Andy Hui, Global Health’s Altitude Cloud Solutions Manager, said “The last 18 months have seen a major uptake of cloud hosting in the healthcare industry”.
“People are starting to realise the significant benefits of hosting their software and data in the cloud,” Andy said, “there are fewer hassles, no upfront fees, built-in upgrades, so it is a great business choice. Global Health’s Altitude Cloud offers greater scalability and gives the ability for users to access their information anytime and anywhere.”
The data is hosted securely in Australia with AAPT, one of the tier one internet providers.
Global Health’s focus on improving the digitisation of the patient journey ensures that MasterCare PAS continues to provide a strong solution for the hospital sector for the seamless flow of information from the time a patient presents at reception up to the time the patient is discharged from the hospital.