Online appointments lift Primary's gross billings per hour

The introduction of appointments by some of Primary Health Care's larger medical centres has seen an increase in gross billings per hour compared to the walk-in model, with the company planning to convert all of its practices to the new model next year as it moves to a single practice management system.

The ASX-listed company is rolling out the cloud-based Helix PMS from former subsidiary MedicalDirector to its 73 general practices. It is also revamping its diagnostic imaging centres with the implementation of the Visage radiology information system from Pro Medicus, and has a preferred vendor in mind for its laboratory information system project, which will replace the four different systems currently used.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: Primary Health Care, Helix, Pro Medicus

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