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  • Alcidion (ASX:ALC) signs an agreement with Northern Territory Health (NT Health) that will see NT Health upgrade from an earlier version of Miya to Alcidion’s current Miya Precision platform
  • NT Health will deploy the latest Miya Precision solution utilising core modules with the ability to add further modules over time across their entire network
  • The contract is valued at $5 million over five years, with an option for a two-year extension
  • NT Health has been a key partner of Alcidion since 2009, being one of the earliest users of the original Miya platform
  • ALC shares up 1.25 per cent to 20.3 cents

Northern Territory Health (NT Health) has signed an agreement with Alcidion (ALC) to upgrade from an earlier version of Miya to its current Miya Precision platform.

Under the new agreement, NT Health will convert to the use of Alcidion’s latest Miya Precision solution incorporating core modules Miya Flow, Access and Command with the ability to add further modules over time across its network.

The contract is valued at $5 million over five years, with a two-year extension option, and continues a 13-year partnership.

“We look forward to extending this partnership and further enhancing NT Health’s capabilities to provide high-quality healthcare to, while supporting clinicians with the tools they need to provide safe and efficient care,” Alcidion Group Managing Director Kate Quirke said.

“This deployment of Miya Precision is unique considering the geographically dispersed population supported by NT Health.”

NT Health has been a key partner of Alcidion since 2009, being one of the earliest users of the original Miya platform.

The upgraded solution will support NT Health’s management of patient flow and bed management between major hospitals and satellites across the NT.

It will be facilitated by the deployment of flexible electronic journey boards, integrated bed management, hospital operations command centre capability and dedicated emergency department functionality using the Fast Healthcare Interoperability (FHIR) event-based Miya Precision platform.

ALC shares were up 1.25 per cent to 20.3 cents at 10:52 am AEST.

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