Why Uniqueness Matters 

Knowledge of systems enables us to implement efficiency improvements in a healthcare context.
Immersion in healthcare gives us the awareness to know that a software solution on its own is not enough.
Each aspect complements the other, affording us x-ray insight in both domains.

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A Proven Methodology

Using Epidemiology to your Advantage

Erudite’s approach to healthcare software is heavily rooted in epidemiology; the study of how health-related phenomena operate in a specified population. Our focus is on catalysts – what creates the outcomes that are present within the system. Identify those causal factors with precision and real solutions are possible.

While logistical improvements and productivity increases are important, our imperative is streamlined clinical process, and the resulting positive outcomes.

Our objective is the creation of software that verifiably has an effect on patient wellbeing. There are economic benefits to this approach too – healthy people require a smaller spend.


Importance of the EHR

Every software solution we work on is built around the electronic health record (EHR). An EHR is a person-centric dataset which provides a 360 degree view of an individual’s health and well-being, as well as relevant clinical episodes of care. An EHR allows us:

  • The ability to capture and manage information such as patient demographics, progress notes, medications, past medical history, immunisations, laboratory tests etc.
  • The ability to automate and streamlines the service delivery workflow and interdisciplinary collaboration for the delivery of care.


Our twin understanding of healthcare software
and medical systems means we inhabit an
outlying niche that’s of considerable appeal to clients.


We don't step into new projects half-heartedly.
Total immersion in your business means identifying key
pain points & discovering how we can drive efficiencies.


We have created a environment where innovation &
discovery thrives. Our relentless focus on experience
means we are never satisfied by “just getting it out.”


Human (patients, healthcare staff) and Financial
goals for your business, government agency, DHB
or non-profit are key for any project we embark on.


Early Years

Erudite was founded on work performed in collaboration with the University of Auckland in 2002. Here, we managed occupational medicine clinics and pioneered interventions that achieved outstanding results. We also undertook a full analysis of all ACC claims for a period of 14 months, including interpretation of claim results. It is here we fostered our epidemiological approach, and adherence to this founding methodology can be seen in all of our work to date.

Notable Work

  • The first organization to integrate primary and secondary healthcare data in a review for a DHB and MOH in New Zealand
  • Developed a methodical system design to help people such as case managers understand where cases were going off track.
  • Built and managed highly admired clinical systems for ABI Rehabilitation, whose specialism is Acquired Brain Injury for ACC, MOH, and Insurers. ABI is the only NZ organisation to have CARF accreditation.

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Meet Our Innovators

Murray Polson

Founder & Managing Director

Murray has devised solutions across a variety of contexts including finance, accounting, and medicine. Like anyone with authentic expertise, he can enter into a situation where things are going wrong and turn it into a system that works, by paying attention to signals that a lot of self-described experts would dismiss. His knowledge of systems and ability to conceptualise the key elements are the core attributes he brings to the table.

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Dr Graham Hukins

Founder & Advisor

Graham comprehends health from a few different angles – general practice, occupational medicine, public health and epidemiology. He developed that expertise in both private practice and an academic context. It’s a background that gives Graham unique perspectives on what works, how it works, and what to do when it doesn’t – he has rare insight into how systems function within their environment and culture.