The defining solution
for aged care health equity.

The Right Care

A virtual, multidisciplinary clinical hub placing health professionals directly at the bedside of older people living in residential aged care. Offering enhanced diagnostic capabilities, personalised treatment plans, continuity of care, and a centralised record repository, iAgeHealth is designed by the industry, for the industry.
iAgeHealth is the future of equitable healthcare in Aged Care. And it’s here now.

Any Place

iAgeHealth is a sophisticated but easy-to-use interface, with plug and play implementation customisable to all residential aged care facilities, including those in rural and remote locations.
Compatible with existing systems. Limited training required.

Any Time

Staffed 24/7 by an Australia-wide team of experienced clinicians, iAgeHealth offers on-demand access to diagnostics and treatment, via a simple and fast implementation.

About Us

iAgeHealth was designed by industry leaders and clinicians to address the growing disparity in healthcare access in the Aged Care industry.

Driven by a mission to see every older person access the level of care they need and deserve, iAgeHealth was developed and rigorously tested over a number of years by McLean Care, in collaboration with Deakin University and a specialist Australian-based software development partner.

McLean Care has a long, award-winning history of developing cutting edge technology to solve and support some of the industry’s biggest challenges. Led by CEO Sue Thomson, McLean Care has been lauded for its innovation, collaboration, and transformational contribution to drive sector change and development.


iAgeHealth works alongside your existing teams, utilising TGA approved ioT plugins to deliver a truly multidisciplinary hub that’s easy to use and supports continuity of care, enabling the best health outcomes for patients.

iAgeHealth is more than just technology, we bring clinicians to older people, everywhere. Our clinical team includes Nurse Practitioners, Registered Nurses, Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists, and Dieticians with specialisations including wound care, diabetes management and dementia care.