About Ocean Health Systems
Aside from our many market firsts, we are driven by the same core values as you – helping clinicians improve health outcomes for patients. And with a team of medical gurus and health informaticians; Australia-wide and beyond, you’ll never be short on finding someone to talk to.
We believe that our reach and experience speak for themselves, so before we go on, here are some insights:
- We are true industry pioneers having built the first EHR platform in the world
- Part owned by PenCS with national audience of 15 million patients, 7,900 doctors and 5.600 general practices and health services across Australia
- Government and private customers in Australia, Europe, Asia and the Americas
- Strong international reputation as leaders in the global health and technology environment
With 20 years of experience, and literally thousands of users of our system, it’s safe to say we know a bit about electronic health records.
We proudly repeat our mantra of patients and customers first – making a clinical difference is our focus – technology is just the enabler. We believe good health system Is one that delivers quality services to all people, when and where they need them.
To this end, our products are delivered with the end users in sight. We pride ourselves in including patients and clinicians as active participants in the delivery of our products. As such, our staff who come from both IT and clinical backgrounds help us translate our customer’s needs into practical, user oriented technology that compliments clinical workflows.
Our processes and tooling support clinicians to drive clinical data quality. Our systems use standardised, high-quality, accurate and clinically verified health data that underpins safe data exchange, decision support, aggregation and analysis – and intelligent processing.
And if that wasn’t enough, our solutions are scalable to suit any size organisation, care setting and budget. This is evident through our work with international and national departments of health, health networks, large hospitals, aged care providers and smaller practices alike.