Alliance impresses

ALLIANCE Gold Limited and Impress Technologies Limited have formed a partnership to develop a new healthcare information technology company, Allmed Technologies Limited.

Allmed will use advanced IT and communications systems coupled with thin-client architecture to improve healthcare standards within Australia and internationally.

The new company will initially target aged healthcare facilities in Australia.

It has already signed a letter of intent with Regents Garden Aged Healthcare Facility in WA to install the first Allmed system.

Allmed will help management improve care planning and delivery through the use of computer-based automation and scheduling.

The system incorporates browser-based user interaction, Wireless Application Protocol networking and a Java 2 end-to-end architecture.

Alliance has a 70 per cent sharehold in Allmed, Impress holds 20 per cent and IT specialist Chris Singleton represents the remaining 10 per cent share.

Mr Singleton said strong revenue streams had been identified for the system’s application in aged care facilities.

“The highest cost in an aged care facility is labour,” he said.

“The better management of that labour and better pharmaceutical management will encourage better aged care services.

“This, in turn, will improve patient care and reduce emergency aged care admission to hospitals.”

Alliance and Impress intend to take Allmed to an Initial Public Offering as soon as possible.


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