Oneview Healthcare wins software deal with Sydney hospital

1 May 2013

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James Fitter, CEO, and Mark McCloskey, founder of Oneview Healthcare Solutions

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Irish software company Oneview Healthcare has signed a contract to provide an integrated software solution to the new world-class cancer treatment and research facility at the Royal Prince Albert Hospital in Sydney, Australia.

The deal will see Oneview’s point of care software deployed at the Chris O’Brien Lifehouse at the hospital.

The news follows HP selecting the company as partner of choice to deliver patient infotainment as part of its global digital hospital programme.

In April, Sony Australia announced its agreement to partner with Oneview to deliver point-of-care IT services to hospitals in Australia and New Zealand.

The company appointed former investment banker James Fitter as CEO in January and today appointed James Osbourne as non-executive chairman.

Editor John Kennedy is an award-winning technology journalist.

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