Aug 18, 2017 Last Updated 2:35 PM, Aug 17, 2017

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Generation Healthcare acquires aged care properties

AusBN – Generation Healthcare REIT has raised A$52 million for the acquisition of three residential aged care properties.

A share placement and non-renounceable rights offer was used to raise the funds.

Around $47 million of the funding will be raised through a 3-for-17 rights offer to existing shareholders.

The remaining funding will be supplied through a placement to a member of Taverners Group.

The rights offer is being lead and underwritten by Macquarie Capital and Morgans.

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Bendigo Health awards paperless hospital contract

AusBN – Bendigo Health has awarded Sláinte Healthcare with a contract to implement its Vitro software as the digital medical record in the new hospital.

The project will pave the way for the US$630 million hospital development to become paperless in less than 12 months.

Sláinte Healthcare has already established paperless hospitals at Calvary Health Care and the Chris O’Brien Lifehouse Centre in New South Wales.

Andrew Murphy, Sláinte Healthcare CEO, said: “Bendigo Health is a forward thinking organisation that understands the important role that technology plays in delivering a world-class healthcare service for patients.

“Our unrivalled experience working in this area enables us to implement the software rapidly and ensure immediate user adoption and instant clinical impact. 

“With Vitro, we are looking forward to delivering a range of benefits for both patients and clinicians at Bendigo including improving clinical access to patient information, increasing the security of information, financial efficiencies and data protection.”

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