Technology developer HomeStay Care wins tenders to upgrade platforms for ACH Group and Bolton Clarke

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The healthcare technology developer will install, service and provide maintenance of an IoT-powered assistive technology platform to ACH’s nine aged care facilities in SA which cater to around 800 residents.

Each site will be upgraded separately with the order for the initial site coming in at around $500,000.

The deal includes the Essence Smart Care Call platform – for which HomeStay is the exclusive reseller – with voice-activated nurse call stations that allow two-way communication for each resident area and activity sensors to provide “proactive data analysis, as well as human monitoring, to determine residents’ routines and detect anomalies”.

It’s not the only win for the company. HomeStay has also signed a three-year master services agreement with Not For Profit provider Bolton Clarke after working with them for over 18 months as a trial.

As we covered here, the developer also inked an agreement last year with home care provider Enrich Living to expand its ‘Intelligent Home’ aged care monitoring platform in up to 1,000 homes across Australia.


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