MobiHealth News January 25, 2022
Adam Ang

They will be combining their products to provide a comprehensive, integrated telehealth system.

Telehealth solutions provider Visionflex has signed a deal to merge with ASX-listed online health booking platform 1st Group. 


The telehealth company designs, manufactures, and distributes a range of clinical telehealth devices and software that facilitate remote patient examinations. 

On the other hand, 1st Group operates the MyHealth1st booking platform where patients can find, book, and manage their healthcare appointments. It runs on smart recall and reminders technology and features an automatic booking function and e-referral capabilities. The system is also integrated with market-leading practice management systems. 1st Group also runs a pet service website and an online corporate and government booking platform. 


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