Regis Aged Care, Silver Chain, Moyne Health Service and Northern Rivers Social Development Council have each received a Best Implementation trophy at the 2014 ITAC Awards in Hobart this week.

At Tuesday night’s award ceremony celebrating the best information technology in Australian aged care, ThoughtWare, which develops governance, risk management, compliance and accreditation tool i.on my software, added the coveted ICT Company of the Year accolade to its three previous ITAC wins.

Dr George Margelis from the TeleHealth Research and Innovation Laboratory at the University of Western Sydney was installed into the ITAC Hall of Fame for his outstanding contribution to ICT learning and adoption in the aged care industry.

In the provider categories, Regis won the Best Implementation of the Year award for infrastructure hardware and/or software enabling implementation of business applications.

Southern Cross Care NSW & ACT and Webstercare also received a High Commendation Clinical trophy in the same category.

Silver Chain Group incorporating RDNS SA picked up the Best Implementation award for facilities with total income over $30 million owned by the one organisation.

The same prize in the $5 million to $30 million total income cohort went to Moyne Health Service while Northern Rivers Social Development Council took collected the gong for facilities with total income under $5 million.

AUDIO: During the ITAC conference, AAA’s Natasha Egan spoke to ThoughtWare CEO Sonja Bernhardt (pictured first in the gallery above) about i.on my software, their award-winning solution for aged care providers:


Images: Richard O’Leary, Event Photography

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