Our Story

EpiSoft is a privately-owned eHealth company based in Sydney.

Co-founders, Jenny O’Neill and Michael Hurse, have over 40 years combined experience in epidemiology, population health research, health informatics and health system software design and implementation project management.

While working in an eHealth incubator in the early 2000s, they conceived of and commissioned many eHealth products that are now market leading outcomes analysis and healthcare connectivity tools.

They saw a market gap for a software platform that could bridge the information divide between everyday care and cutting edge clinical research.

EpiSoft, the multi-centre, multi-tenanted Software as a Service solution for the management of patients with severe chronic illness was born.

Today the small team at EpiSoft and the wider team of care providers and researchers in the CareZone community are delivering on that vision

Why Cancer?

In this country, one in two men and one in three women will have cancer in their lifetimes. You or someone you love will get cancer. Cancer accounts for the highest burden of disease (19% of the total burden of disease).

If you had the means and the skills to get the best available medical evidence in front of the best medical minds in the business, wouldn’t you do it?

The combined donations of the EpiSoft team to cancer research will help a little

The combined skills of the EpiSoft team and the CareZone user community will move mountains

This is about the power of real-world evidence …

Straight from the treatment front line to leading researchers who can make sense of it
Find out more about how you can participate in our Cancer Evidence In Practice Initiative (C-EPI) program

Why Mental Health?

One in two people in this country will have a mental health condition requiring treatment at some stage in their adult lives

Suicide is the leading cause of death in 15-44 year olds. The World Economic Forum put the global cost of mental health at $2.6 trillion in 2010. Care is disjointed, funding mechanisms are well-meaning but set heavy burdens of data capture without incentivising quality care, the wrong outcomes are being measured, people slip through the cracks between hospital and community, public providers are under-resourced, waiting lists for recommended health professionals don’t just stretch round the block but outside the city limits

We could go on…and on

Find out more about how your clinic and patients can benefit from our

Shared Mental Health Record program