HOUSTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Medical Informatics Corp. (MIC), the leading provider of virtual care and analytics, today announced it has signed a reseller agreement with Wilhelm, an Australian-owned integrated healthcare technology company with a mission to improve health in Australia and New Zealand. Wilhelm is now authorized to resell MIC’s FDA-Cleared Sickbay™ Clinical Platform in Australia and New Zealand.
The collaboration between MIC and Wilhelm arises from a shared vision of addressing critical challenges facing the healthcare industry today, including staffing and bed shortages, and the overarching need to establish a foundation for connected care.
“Critical to moving healthcare forward is the ability to provide the right level of care to the right patient at the right time, most effectively leveraging the staff and resources hospitals have available now,” noted Emma Fauss, CEO and co-founder of MIC. “In addition to providing access to more expert eyes for patients needing care, the unlocking, storing and harnessing of patient data allows for improved individualized care while making strides in the advancement of care for all through AI and machine learning.”
In addition to the shared challenges related to patient data being thrown away or unavailable due to lack of storage and interoperability, Australia and New Zealand also face a unique challenge of availability and standardization of electronic medical record technology. MIC will provide Wilhelm with the foundational singular, interconnected architecture needed to help hospitals and healthcare systems in the region solve these challenges.
Wilhelm focuses on raising the bar on health standards in a world where this goal has become more challenging than ever before. Technology enables Wilhelm to lead the way in modular design and construction, infection control, safety and digital health, through locally engineered solutions, harnessing the latest in innovation locally and from overseas with trusted companies like MIC. The partnership with MIC will enable Wilhelm clients to capture real-time patient waveform data and create new and novel remote monitoring and virtual care workflows as well as a full longitudinal view of the patient record to expedite root cause analysis, time to intervention, care collaboration, and documentation.
“By leveraging technology to automate workflows and supporting staff on the floors virtually using software, we can have a direct impact on patient care and staff efficiency. The addition of MIC’s Sickbay platform to our digital health portfolio comes at the perfect time, as the demands being placed on our hospitals and healthcare workers continues to grow,” said Chad Wilhelm, Managing Director, Wilhelm.
“With Sickbay, Wilhelm clients will be able to seamlessly integrate devices so that data is immediately available to empower decision support and workflows for an improved standard of care,” said Fauss of MIC. “We are thrilled to partner with Wilhelm to expand our international footprint and help advance standards of care worldwide.”
MIC is empowering a new standard of healthcare by accessing, synthesizing and delivering patient-specific data to clinicians and researchers to save and improve lives. The company’s FDA-cleared Sickbay™ clinical platform provides a singular, interconnected architecture that helps hospitals solve clinical needs while enabling rapid scaling of remote patient monitoring across any patient setting, vendor-neutral real-time medical device integration, workflow automation and standardization, and the ability to accelerate the development and deployment of patient-centered AI at scale. Fueled by innovative engineers, mathematicians, clinicians, researchers and entrepreneurs, MIC is based in Houston, Texas, where the team works alongside hospitals and healthcare systems across the country to develop groundbreaking discoveries and create a new standard of software-based monitoring and data-driven care. michealthcare.com
Wilhelm is an Australian owned healthcare technology company on a mission to improve health in Australia and New Zealand.
The Wilhelm team has some of the most experienced and connected experts, dedicated to demonstrating that there are significant opportunities to deliver better health solutions in more cost-effective ways. We show people that safer environments can be achieved with advanced technology.
For more information, visit https://wilhelm.com.au