Wellbeing Software is a leading healthcare technology provider trusted by more than 80% of NHS organisations.
You might already know us from working with our specialist radiology business, formerly known as HSS; home to the market’s most popular radiology information system, Cris. Or perhaps you’re familiar with Euroking, which has operated in the NHS for over 30 years and was recently confirmed as the leading maternity information system. Maybe you rely on primary care data management and extraction services through our trusted industry specialist, known as Apollo, or you may have accessed one of the new digital health solutions from our e-health innovations portfolio.
We have combined the extensive UK resources and unparalleled experience in these specialist divisions to form Wellbeing Software, uniting our core businesses to enable customers to build on existing investments in IT as a way of delivering connected healthcare records and better patient care.
In April 2020, Wellbeing Software was acquired by The Citadel Group (ASX: CGL), a leading Australian software and services company that specialises in secure enterprise information management in complex environments, including healthcare.
The Citadel acquisition is an important strategic advancement for Wellbeing and the UK healthcare market. It enables us to further invest in the development of our core healthcare software products, while also offering customers proven solutions in other critical healthcare disciplines, from a single specialist vendor.
This acquisition will expand on and enhance Wellbeing’s mission to deliver connected healthcare solutions across UK healthcare organisations, while also supporting international growth in our core speciality areas of radiology workflow, maternity, electronic patient health records and data management. At the same time, it allows Wellbeing to widen our existing portfolio into complementary areas, through the addition of Citadel’s market leading pathology and oncology systems.
Both Wellbeing and Citadel share a vision for delivering better patient outcomes through connected healthcare technology and first-class customer service. Together, we are committed to working in partnership with our customers in order to make this a reality.
Healthcare : Connected
Our ability to connect our specialist systems with other third-party software enables healthcare organisations to achieve key objectives, such as paperless working and the creation of complete electronic health records. Across multiple departments in a single organisation, or to encompass neighbouring organisations across a region, we can create connected records, building on the foundations of existing technology. This reduces the significant cost and complexity associated with replacing existing systems, while maintaining the benefits and familiarity of specialist systems for clinicians, and joining up care for patients.
The management of healthcare information and data is one of the biggest challenges the sector currently faces. Throughout a person’s life they encounter a range of health and social care services and the data obtained in each of these areas represents a complete patient history. However, this data is often siloed within separate systems.
Through our new ownership, established footprint, specialist knowledge and significant development resources, we are building the foundations for connectivity within NHS organisations and beyond.