Kildare company HealthComms has signed a contract for its MyHomeReach software, with an organisation in Melbourne. This brings the number of users of this product in Australia to 500. The company aims to increase this to 50,000 over the next two years. The HealthComms software allows people to contact family members or care services with a touch of a photo on the screen of an Android tablet. It also has a chronic disease management feature which offers appointment and medication reminders, which is a key selling point according to Company co-founder and CEO, Tom Byrne. Read More: Irish Examiner
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