One of New Zealand's leading Māori health companies, Navilluso, has again been recognised for its enormous work helping people's health all over New Zealand.
Navilluso last night won the highly recommended prize in the Kiwibank Hi-Tech Innovative Services category at a gala New Zealand Hi-Teach awards event in Auckland.
It's hardly big news that a ground-breaking, game-changing virtual digital health business, Navilluso, has again been honoured.
Kaitaia's Navilluso Medical, owned and run by Dr Lance O'Sullivan and his wife Tracy, is digitally trail-blazing the way patients are treated in about 45 locations all over the country from Te Hapua in the far north to Invercargill and including places such as Gisborne, Christchurch, South Auckland, Welling, Whanganui and Hamilton.
Dr O'Sullivan, the 2014 New Zealander of the Year, says Navilluso's premier platform is iMOKO which is a pioneering telemedicine service for children using simple technology.
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