AusHealth is an Australian Profit-for Purpose company that strives to improve health and wellbeing in the community, provide medical revenue recovery and commercialise innovative medical technologies. We fund all profits into medical research and development of products and services to improve the future of medical practice.
Since founded in 1985, formally as Medvet Science Pty Ltd, $42 million has been invested from profits into developing leading-edge medical technologies. These technologies have helped people with diabetes, joint damage, cardiovascular disease, cancer and improving burn, scar & foetal health diagnostics. Visit ourResearch page to find out more about these projects.
AusHealth is ‘working today for a healthier tomorrow’. We continually look to better the health and wellbeing of everyone in the community and help advance the medical technology of the future.
Grow our business to allow us to invest $2 million annually in identifying, shaping, and advancing health and medical science with the goal of creating new business enterprises.
Across our different divisions we aim to be the best in the industry.
AusHealth is committed to providing high-quality products and services and as such we have numerous accreditations to ensure we deliver the best experience for our clients.
Besides selling quality workplace safety and medical products, AusHealth offers a range of services from which we reinvest the profits into medical research.
Our Work division offers many services including:
To find out more about these services visit our work services page.
Our Hospitals division works with hospitals and health services to manage patient billing, includes non-medicare and 'gap' patients. This service helps hospitals and health services recover revenue and reduce net bad debt. AusHealth's staff trained and experienced in having difficult and complex conversations with patients whilst ensuring empathy during all interactions.
To find out more about this service, visit our revenue recovery page.
We reinvest all revenue from these services into medical research.