Aged care software provider Health Metrics buys Uniti Software and 73 customers

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Health Metrics has bought Uniti Software from Integrated Living.

“This is a strategic acquisition for Health Metrics as it provides further pathways into the Health and Social Care sector by adding another 73 customers to its portfolio,” the company, based in Heatherton, 19km south-east of Melbourne CBD, said in a media statement.

Health Metrics, founded by Steven Strange (pictured at the LEADERS SUMMIT 2021) and Lisa Papettas in 2008 and majority-owned by Tanarra Capital since April, sells the enterprise software solution eCase, which supports the functions of Residential Aged Care, Retirement Villages, Home Care, Disability Care and Primary Health Care of any size.

“This is an important piece of the strategy puzzle that enables Health Metrics to provide a Care Continuum to consumers,” says Health Metrics CEO Mr Strange.

Uniti Software was born from the Ballarat District Nursing Society Inc. (later Ballarat and District Nursing & Healthcare) who identified the need to better manage the patient journey, information and improve their reporting.

They decided to create a new system, “…by healthcare workers for healthcare workers…”.

Uniti offers one client record that can handle multiple funding sources, scheduling tools, detailed reporting, as well as both online and offline mobile capabilities for critical information input and tracking at the point of care.

The additional 73 customers to the Health Metrics portfolio, means that Health Metrics now provides solutions for over 245 customers across Australia and New Zealand.

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