Join to coordinate care and support, create a support team, and stay informed about loved ones.
SeeCare Mobile - coordinating care anytime and anywhere
SeeCare Mobile is the SeeCare Web-App for your mobile device. With SeeCare Mobile
you can coordinate care and support anywhere and anytime. You can access information
wherever you are and orchestrate care and support on the move.
- Enables! the coordination of care provided at home and within the
community and the storage and sharing of personal care information More>>
- Empowers! people in need of care and their family and friends to
coordinate the care More>>
- Connects! people allowing them to share information and experiences More>>
- Facilitates! finding and sharing relevant and reliable information
about needs, conditions, and care More>>
- Free! for personal, commercial, and community use
- International patent pending
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No person is an Island. At some point each of us needs care and we each support
someone - a family member, a friend, a patient, or a client. Be it health care,
domestic care, social care, or any other care.
Have you reached this point and discovered that finding, arranging, coordinating,
and managing the care and support is becoming a nightmare? Do you live away from
your loved ones and feel “in the dark” when it comes to their care? Do you live
in a regional or remote area and need better access to a doctor, a home nurse, or
domestic help? Do you need reliable information that is relevant to your specific
condition and circumstance?
If you are like many of us which are in this situation then you are in the right
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SeeCare IPTV: Personalized Health Literacy Demonstrator
March 2013, SeeCare, together with the Institute for Broadband Enabled Society (IBES), Diabetes Australia (Vic), and Ericsson
have launched “SeeCare IPTV” - a Personalized Health Literacy demonstrator.
SeeCare IPTV delivers personalized health literacy content to patients and carers using familiar technology, the television,
in a familiar setting, the home.
You can view a short video on SeeCareIPTV here.
SeeCare and PCEHR: First Conformant Consumer Portal
August 2012, SeeCare, in collaboration with the National E-Health Transition Authority (NEHTA), is
integrating the SeeCare web-site with the
Personally Controlled Electronic
Health Record (PCEHR).
The integrated SeeCare system will allow health consumers to access their health records: health summaries from GPs, test results, medications, specialist letters, and more.
Subject to permissions, approved family members could also use SeeCare to access the records of someone
they care for.
Using SeeCare, health consumers can identify, access, and share information relevant
to different aspects of their care.
SeeCare is currently the first and only Consumer Portal developer to join the PCEHR project as an approved Vendor.
Telecare with SeeCare - Anytime and Anywhere
June 2012, SeeCare introduces a Telecare capability. Using Skype from
SeeCare users can call a friend or a carer. Users can provide telecare in a video call with someone they
support and care for. The Telecare capability is
also available from mobile devices providing support and care anytime and anywhere.
SeeCare at IFA2012
May 2012, SeeCare presents at the International Federation on Ageing 11th Global
Conference. SeeCare shares experiences in introducing a Consumer-Led Web-Based Care
Management System into the cancer care setting. You can view the SeeCare IFA2012 presentation
Collaboration with The University of Melbourne
October 2011, SeeCare and The University of Melbourne have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) covering collaboration relating to e-Health research. The University of Melbourne, one of Australia's leading research institutes, has been conducting research into e-Health and the use of Broadband technology to facilitate health and wellbeing. SeeCare and The University of Melbourne have been collaborating for a number of years. This MoU will facilitate extensive sharing of ideas and information and the identification and establishment of joint research projects.
CanCare Project receives national award
On 31 March 2011, Peter
MacCallum Cancer Centre's Professor Sanchia Aranda, on behalf of CanCare Project partners,
received the National Broadband Health Award at a gala dinner in Sydney. The award was presented by Senator Stephen Conroy, Minister for Broadband,
Communications and Digital Economy.
First awarded by the Australian
Telecommunications Users Group in 2007, the award recognises innovative, effective and
exciting uses of broadband that improve society in all facets.
Professor Aranda and SeeCare’s Dr Gil Tidhar represented the CanCare project team at the dinner. Congratulations to all
members of the joint Peter Mac and SeeCare team.
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