Find the answers to the most frequently asked questions about Vedi.
Only an animal's registered vet and the diagnostic services they use for their normal case management can see the medical data. Access is controlled by the registered vet. Service providers, like pathology labs and emergency hospitals, must be granted access by the registered vet.
For a full list of PIMS Vedi is currently integrated with, please visit our Partners & Integrations page. If your practice management software is not listed, please ask them to get in touch and we would happily work with them to connect you.
Yes! We support your vet practice and staff to get the most out of Vedi. We'll guide you through the whole proces and provide ongoing support.
Calculating exactly which vaccinations are needed for an animal is a complex task that needs to take into account an animal's species, breed, age and previous vaccinations. Previously, there's been no simple way to do this and so many animals end up over or under vaccinated.
Vedi smart vaccination statuses take all of these factors into account to automatically calculate exactly which individual pathogens to vaccinate against and when.
Vedi verified health records/health data is data captured and verified through the Vedi app.
Yes, industry standard microchip scanners, with Bluetooth, work with the Vedi system. Speak to our team about your current hardware.
Vedi integrates with your Practice Management Software to access patient details when an animal's microchip is scanned. The integration also enables Vedi to add verified data to the patient's health record, such as vaccinations and pathology results. For a full list of integrations, visit the Partners & Integrations page.
Vedi uses SSL/TLS encryption for all
communication, ensuring the highest security and data protection standards.
Data is always transmitted securely over an
encrypted channel (TLS encryption in transit), with sensitive data always encrypted at rest, within the database adhering to stringent Australian Digital Health Agency operating standards. Our software packages are digitally signed to prevent tampering.
You can order compatible pathology samples directly from Vedi or your participating laboratory. These can also be ordered online via the link below:
Every sample delivered to Vetpath is treated the same, with the aim of delivering the highest quality service in the shortest time possible.
Data security and privacy are of the highest importance to Vedi.
Vedi collects the objective medical data you would find on a vaccination certificate, a clinical pathology submission form or a microchip registration form. For Vedi to create verifiable medical data, some recorded events may capture location and user data when scanning a microchip or recording data. All the data remains the property of the veterinary business.
Verifiable data is data that's checked independently for accuracy and authenticity. Through automation and blockchain technology, Vedi can securely record and confirm details like time, location, identity, vaccination history and more. When a veterinary practice is using Vedi verified data, they're working with the best quality health records.
Privacy and security are our top priority. Our focus is to provide the highest standards of care and confidentiality. Vedi complies with the Australian Privacy Principles, the Privacy Act, and the Veterinary Surgeons Act.
Yes. Vedi syncs information to and from your PIMS. Vedi will notify the staff of any missing information relating to the pet or owner.
The Vedi App is available on iOS and Android, downloadable them from the App Store or Google Play Store, respectively.
Submitting pathology lab requests through Vedi can reduce turnaround times since these don't require manual processing when arriving at the Vetpath Laboratory.
All Vedi services and components, including business documents, emails, internal communications and source code, are managed within the Microsoft Office 365 and Microsoft Azure ecosystems.
You can create your Vedi practice account right now, by following any one of the "Get started" buttons or links around this site (or below). We will then support you with hardware implementation and staff training. Generally, practices are up and running within a week, depending on your team's availability.
At a minimum, a practice requires 1x Vedi Hub and 1x Microchip Scanner (Bluetooth compatible).
Vedi offers pay-as-you-go pricing where you only pay for what you need when you need it. Visit our
To get started, your practice needs to be using a compatible PIMS, then you'll need a Bluetooth enabled microchip scanner, a Vedi Hub, a Vedi account, and the Vedi app on your smart phone or device.
For vets, access all of Vedi's features and then only pay when you're ready.