Adastra and Odyssey are easily configured to suit your local care pathways or service profile. You can choose to host Adastra and Odyssey yourself, or Belgravia eHealth can host the web-based software on your behalf.
Software implementation, roll-out and maintenance is fast and easy, and we are there with you at each step of the way. We pride ourselves as a responsive and supportive delivery partner. Belgravia eHealth provides several training support options. Ambulance services have found that due to our user-friendly platform, training is quick and implementation is easy. We continue to provide ongoing support, with a primary focus on your needs and the needs of patients, now and into the future.
Ask us about our competitive market rates, and reap the benefits of efficient, clinically-excellent and intuitive secondary triage support.
Our drive for innovation goes beyond the technical. We’re here to help you deliver the highest quality of care to patients. This motivation ensures that the solutions we provide are ft-for-purpose, continually evolving, and constantly updated, based on your needs, the needs of consumers and best clinical evidence.
Think of us as the bionic arm for clinical care. Drawing on our technical and clinical backgrounds, we help to extend your reach, support your expertise, strengthen clinical governance, and keep you connected to the world of innovation. We help you to free up precious time and energy for what you do best – keeping people well.
Belgravia eHealth was founded in 2012 as a provider of specialist information technologies for the health and care sectors. Our partnership with Advanced Health & Care (UK) ensures that the suite of IT solutions on offer for ambulance, primary care and community care service represent the cutting edge of clinical knowledge and practice. Advanced Health & Care are world leaders in digital innovation for health, with nearly 1,000 organisations worldwide drawing on the expertise, system and service solutions provided.
Co-design is at the heart of our success story, ensuring that those who use or benefit from our services are at the centre of all design decisions. We are proud to be regarded as a leader in safe, intuitive and reliable solutions.
Brett Harrison (CEO)
As the founding CEO of Belgravia eHealth Brett consolidates over twenty years experience in technology delivery with his expertise in the care and health industries.
Working closely with business leaders Brett has created the strategies to implement major changes in the delivery of services through technology for the care and retirement living markets.
Brett’s experience in the management of technology and process improvement teams including the oversight of major change project and vendor & technology selection means he has experienced technology change from both the delivery and the customer sides of implementations. These experiences are critical for the successful ongoing use of technology in the delivery of quality care. His experience and knowledge has resulted in him being a regular speaker and delegate at conferences covering new and upcoming technologies and their application in the care sector.
Prior to joining Belgravia, Brett held a number of senior roles at Australian Unity including Head of Technology Delivery for their Retirement Living business and Program Director for Investments. Prior to Australian Unity Brett was an early employee of Plum Financial Services, an enterprise start-up backed by MLC and Vanguard to exploit emerging technologies such as websites & IVR systems for the delivery of services directly to its customers.
Geoffrey Lord – Chairman
Geoff commenced his business career in 1965 with Ford Motor Company, holding several positions including National Sales Planning Manager, and rising to Marketing Director of Ford South East Asia, before joining Henry Jones (IXL) Limited in 1973. He was elected to the Board in 1978 and remained a director of several companies associated with the Elders Group until 1992, including Elders IXL and Fosters Brewing Group.
In 1985 Geoff started a new public company known as Elders Resources Limited. He was appointed Chief Executive and Deputy Chairman. From 1985 to 1990 Elders Resources grew to a peak market capitalisation in excess of $2bn, with some 15,000 staff and a $7bn turnover. In 1990 Elders IXL sold their stake (40%) in Elders Resources and Mr Lord retired from the group to commence business for himself. Geoff was the chairman of the Australian football (soccer) club, Melbourne Victory in the A-League and the former president of Hawthorn Football Club (AFL). He founded the Belgravia Group in 1990. It now employs over 5500 people in a wide variety of operations, and is one of the largest operators of golf courses and fitness centres in Australia.
Geoff has a strong passion for building businesses and supporting entrepreneurs. Geoff is currently Deputy Chairman of UXC and a Director of Maxitrans and IDT Australia.
Mark Ross – Director
Belgravia Technologies (a joint venture between Mark and Geoff) was formed in 1998 as an investment company that specialises in information technology. Currently Belgravia Technologies has active involvements in the out-of-hospital Health and Care sector, mobile device applications for Sports and Education sector and the Hospitality sector through the subsidiary companies Belgravia eHealth, C4E1 and Redcat.
Mark has 35 years of experience in the international IT industry, starting his career as an academic in Computer Science at Melbourne University and the RMIT University before founding his first startup in 1990. Having been involved in numerous startups, Mark has significant experience in developing and leading IT companies in the Australian, US and Global Markets. Mark has been actively involved in the venture industry.