HeraMED Limited announced it has signed an agreement with Joondalup Health Campus (JHC), which incorporates a paid pilot of its HeraCARE solution involving 100 expectant mothers as the initial phase of an anticipated commercial roll-out for the use of HeraMED's technology as a standard service, to be offered to all pregnant mothers under JHC's care. On 8 October 2020, HeraMED announced outstanding results from a clinical study undertaken by JHC that delivered clinical and functional validation of the HeraBEAT device. The accuracy of the HeraBEAT device was found to be excellent when compared to the industry gold standard CTG (Phillips Avalon) machine. The Foetal Heart Rate (FHR) was detected on 100% of occasions by clinicians and importantly, the FHR was detected on 100% of occasions by the expectant mothers when using the device without assistance. Today's agreement represents an important next stage of the collaboration in which JHC is undertaking to incorporate the HeraCARE platform to introduce an innovative model for remote monitoring and care management for pregnant women, allowing for the HeraBEAT device and foetal heart rate data to be used in telehealth consultations.