Health Care Equipment & Services
Medical Corporation Australasia (MOD) is an investment company focusing in the healthcare sector. It currently has four investments: ObjectiVision Pty Ltd (medical technology company that designs, patents and markets high-value vision-related products that contribute to the prevention of blindness); Hangzhou AoYi Pollen Pharmaceutical (pharmaceutical business situated in China); Symbion Pty Ltd (developer of Australian biotechnology); and cervi-MAX Speculum (gynaecological medical device MOD is commercialising).
Medic Vision (MVH), formerly Premier Bionics Limited (PBI) is involved with research and development of medical devices and diagnostics. The company targets projects in their later stages of development and products that are next generation or add-on products. Primary projects are Pulmosonix Pty Ltd, a company focused on obstructive sleep apnea, lung inflation and measuring the mobility of soft tissues.
Medic Vision was listed on the Australian stockmarket (ASX) in May 2002. Its head office is situated in Malvern, Victoria. MVH was renamed to its current name in May 2007.
LBT Innovations is a biotechnology company looking to further develop and commercialise MicroStreak, a technology that has application in microbiology laboratory automation markets.
In July 2005, the Company commenced commercial development of the MicroStreak technology. Company listed on the Australian stockmarket (ASX) on 31 July, 2006
Konekt (KKT) provides organisational health services. The company examines its client's processes, procedures and cultures to identify potential inefficiencies, cost reductions or non-compliance with occupational health and safety, risk management and injury management. The company has entered the UK market through a joint venture with Cunningham Lindsey UK.
ITL (ITD) specialises in creating medical devices and procedure kits for global healthcare markets. The company manufactures in Australia and Malaysia, exports into 35 countries and has representative offices in North America, Europe, and Asia. It was established in Canberra in 1994. ITL's initial focus was developing safety devices that addressed infection control issues for global healthcare markets.
ImpediMed (IPD) is an Australian-based medical device company that develops medical devices to enable early detection and monitoring of secondary lymphoedema in cancer survivors before the onset of symptoms detectable using the most commonly used clinical technique. It was listed on ASX on 24 October, 2007.
IM Medical (IMI) Medical is a medical services company that markets cardiovascular disease management products. IntelliHeart uses a unique set of diagnostic tools coupled with its proprietary software that allows doctors to comprehensively assess a patient’s cardiovascular risk. The test is non invasive, inexpensive, and is designed with the consumer in mind. The company was listed on the ASX in December 1996. The company has been involved in investments in health sector technologies that complement its established portfolio of imaging technology.
ICSGlobal (ICS) is a technology company offering consulting and IT services that assist organisations operating in the health industry. The company is focussed on the development of THELMA (Transactional Health Exchange Linking Multiple Applications). The system allows the exchange of real time transaction data between hospitals, practitioners, health funds, laboratories and government agencies. ICS Global began as an engineering and IT consultancy in 1990. The company was listed on the ASX in December 1999. Since 1999.
Greencross (GXL) is an Australia-based company. The Company is engaged in providing veterinary services. During the fiscal year ended June 30, 2009 (fiscal 2009), the Company acquired 46 practices around Australia. Greencross subsidiaries include Greencross Townsville Pty Ltd, Seabeach Pty Ltd, Gorrie Veterinary Services Pty Ltd, Chermside Veterinary Hospital Pty Ltd and Veterinary Referral Services Pty Ltd.
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