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Quality healthcare education, tailored to your organisation

We know how time-poor organisations can be. That's why we offer a holistic and bespoke set healthcare education solutions to improve the standard of healthcare across Australia. In doing so we make the process easier, smarter and more effective for organisations.

Our technology doesn't just make quality healthcare easier to access, it keeps us accountable.

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A tailored healthcare education program allows Medcast to offer organisations the most cost-effective solution possible.
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Kate Clutton

At Medcast we support you to be the best healthcare professional possible

Kate Clutton

Chief Operations Officer

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At Medcast we go further to meet your needs and solve your problems

EduTech
EduTech Consulting

Medcast Consultancy brings some of the most knowledgeable people in the EduTech space to your organisation. With extensive experience, both in the public and private sectors, Medcast will work with your organisation to not only improve your healthcare education program, but also business outcomes.

Course development
Course and Program Development

Whether it's one of our existing face-to-face or online courses in Australia, a new bespoke course tailored to your organisation, or even a white-labeled webinar - take advantage of our technology, educators and expertise.
Medcast specialise in CPD across acute care, aged care, critical care and primary care.

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Detailed Reporting
Detailed Reporting

Medcast's technology gives organisations the ability to track results and performance in detail. We work with organisations to ensure outcomes can be measured and justified.

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Medcast is proud to work with The Black Dog Institute on the Mental Health Community of Practice.

It is a private online community for Health Professionals with an interest in Mental Health. The community combines education and knowledge sharing activities.

The project was awarded a Platinum Award for Best Social/Collaborative Project.


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Luke Kean

Our technology means we don’t just educate, we facilitate.

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CTO, Medcast

A partnership doesn't work for us unless it works for you too.

We're already trusted by some of the largest healthcare groups in Australia, across a range of health sectors. Contact Medcast today and let us start working on a solution for your organisation.

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