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Wellbeing has said that the acquisition has helped it further invest in the development of its software products

Healthcare technology provider Wellbeing Software has expanded its portfolio to include pathology and oncology solutions to support integrated diagnostic services with the aim of easing the burden on the NHS.  

The company will now offer hospitals and NHS Trusts additional services, including its enterprise laboratory information system EVOLUTION, and oncology information management platform CHARM.

The expansion follows Wellbeing’s acquisition by The Citadel Group, an Australian software and services company that specialises in secure enterprise information management in complex environments, including healthcare.

Wellbeing has said that the acquisition has enabled it to further invest in the development of its core software products.

Chris Yeowart, director at Wellbeing Software, said: “This follows months of hard work from the teams at Citadel and Wellbeing to realise the benefits of bringing together their industry leading and highly complementary solution portfolios.

“The launch of these additional products in the UK will help in supporting patient care and when deployed together, will promote a more joined-up way of working, especially in diagnostic services.”

Stephen Lynch, general manager at Citadel Health, added: “We are very happy to be working with Wellbeing as they bring our healthcare products to the UK market.

“The introduction of the EVOLUTION and CHARM solutions is a great step forward as we can now offer comprehensive workflow management to NHS trusts across a much greater range of departments and disciplines.”

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