Streamline care beyond the hospital stay.

Because patients deserve the best possible care before and after their visit.

Personify Care is easy to use software for healthcare providers. Plug-in your own clinical protocols & pathways. Screen & educate patients for pre-admission clinical risks & post-treatment recovery. Allow staff to deliver care without manually processing forms and time consuming phone calls.

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23 August 2020 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE All statements to be attributed to Personify Care CEO, Ken Saman Personify Care has been made aware of media reports in which it is alleged that our services with SA Pathology have been suspended because of data and privacy breaches.

SA Pathology Embracing Innovation with Personify Care

SA Pathology fast tracks delivery of COVID-19 test results for South Australians by launching a new digital health service with Personify Care.

Adelaide to Houston: Digital Health Startup Takes the Leap

Spending time at Houston’s Texas Medical Center (TMC) – the world’s largest medical precinct – helped digital health company Personify Care achieve its US objectives. In early 2017, Personify Care was one of three Australian startups to participate in the four‑month TMC Accelerator Program (TMCx), supported by Austrade through the BioBridge Initiative. 

The Self Made Theory – CEO Ken Saman appears on podacast

There’s something about technology in the Healthcare industry that really resonates with me.  But, let’s be honest, no one really likes spending time in hospital. Today my guest today is Ken, founder & CEO of Personify Care.  What Personify Care are out to achieve, amongst other things, is to reduce the re-admission rates of patients back into hospital after surgery.  And that’s a great thing for the patient, for the hospital, for the clinicians and for our healthcare industry in general. 

Personify Care partners with Chamonix to connect to My Health Record via HIPS

Mobile patient monitoring system vendor Personify Care has partnered with fellow Adelaide firm Chamonix to allow hospitals to integrate the Personify Care platform with their existing clinical systems and the My Health Record and upload data as an event summary. Called Personify Connect, the module uses the HIPS technology built by Chamonix to enable hospitals to upload discharge summaries to the My Health Record. HIPS has been adopted by a number of state health departments and is also used by the private sector to connect to the national system.

40 Under 40 winner of the day: Ken Saman

Software engineer Ken Saman started his career integrating mobile devices into vehicles for Motorola before realising he didn’t want to spend the rest of his life developing code for a corporate giant. Saman now spends his time working on a system that supports patients after they are discharged from hospital and was last month named a winner at InDaily’s inaugural 40 Under 40 Awards.

Behind the Pitch with Dr. J: Personify Care

TMCx advisor and orthopedic surgeon J. Michael Bennett interviews startups for his podcast, “Behind the Pitch with Dr. J.” The following is an excerpt from a recent interview with Ken Saman, CEO of Personify Care, an Australian digital health care company offering a platform for supporting patients before and after their hospital stays. 

Texas Medical Center’s TMCx Accelerator Showcases Fourth Class of 21 Digital Health Startups

On Thursday, the Texas Medical Center (TMCx ) Innovation Institute hosted showcased its fourth class of 21 digital healthstartups at TMCx Demo Day. The current TMCx class includes startups focused on addressing problem in key healthcare areas, including artificial intelligence, medication management, health care process improvement, remote care and behavior/neurological health.

TMCx Selects 24 Startups for Spring 2017 Accelerator Program

Largest cohort to begin digital health-focused accelerator program The Texas Medical Center (TMC) Innovation Institute today welcomes 24 startups into its accelerator program—its largest class since the institute’s inception—to introduce their health IT applications to the Houston health care market.