indici is excited to welcome Dr Steve Finnigan's Taranaki practice, along with the Inglewood District Health Trust (district nursing service), onto the platform. This now makes indici active in three of the midland DHB areas.
indici trainer Kim Wright covered a large amount of training in a very short time with Dr Finnigan's team, the Inglewood district nurses and staff from the Taranaki locality. Dr Finnigan's practice went live 6 August and has ongoing support from Pinnacle MHN practice liaisons Barb Purdie and Chloe Mercer.
"It is early days, but already I can see it's going to be good once I master it," says Dr Finnigan.
"I can't performance review a Ferrari when I just got my licence, but I'm enjoying it. There's been a certain amount of customisation needed for Taranaki which I hadn't anticipated, but the training support team has been excellent and I can see they're working to make the transition as painless as possible."
When asked why he made the switch, Dr Finnigan says "I changed because of the lack of flexibility and responsiveness to problems with the old system - I can already see indici will be extremely flexible and integrated, with great back up support."
Alex Lipuntsov, indici IT project manager says "on-boarding has gone very smoothly and we're looking forward to getting our first Gisborne practice on next - giving indici a presence in four of the midland DHBs."
indici continues to build momentum throughout New Zealand, with Tū Ora Compass Health, Central PHO, and Te Awakairangi Health Network PHO consortium selecting indici as the preferred PMS in all three networks.
indici is also standing strong in a comprehensive PMS review undertaken by Auckland's ProCare. The outcome of the next stage of this review is due in early November.
Pinnacle practices have shown a lot of interest, with the indici on-boarding team now fully booked for the remainder of 2018. If you are interesting in a closer look or making the move to indici you can make contact with the team via your practice support person.