Monday, April 28, 2014

What An Amusing Report On The NEHTA Website.

Nehta.gov.au - Nehta Website Traffic Estimation

Home - NEHTA
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Based on Alexa.com findings, nehta.gov.au has a global traffic rank of 1,656,395. nehta.gov.au also reaches roughly 840 unique users each month and has 164 backlinks according to Alexa. The estimated monthly ad revenue is $ 0.00.
We estimate the website value of nehta.gov.au is currently at $ 0.00. Traffic and Revenue of nehta.gov.au is estimated to be increasing within the last 3 months. The domain nehta.gov.au is a .gov.au domain with the name nehta preceding it.
The Server of nehta.gov.au is powered by the Microsoft-IIS/7.0 webserver software and the server is physically located in Australia (New South Wales) and uses the IP address 125.7.67.18. At the DMOZ open directory project we found no listing for nehta.gov.au at this time.
Updated: 04/28/2014 04:05, 4 hours ago
Worldwide Rank Monthly Users* Monthly Pageviews*
1,656,395 840
28 per day*
2,434
80 per day*

Website Value* Monthly Earnings* Daily Earnings*
$ 0.00 $ 0.00 $ 0.00
*Estimated Traffic and Value Data

Site Title

Home - NEHTA

Site Description

NEHTA's role is to facilitate the transition to a connected eHealth system where every Australian is at the centre of their healthcare.

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Here is the link

http://nehta.gov.au.websitetrafficspy.com/

I have no idea how accurate this is.

The blog seems to get 200 page views per day on average for what that is worth - [smile].

David.


3 comments:

Anonymous said...

One question - WHY

Dr David More MB PhD FACHI said...

Why what? I found the report fun. Your view is up to you!

David.

Bernard Robertson-Dunn said...

Re: "An audit of Medicare's customer database has found a small number of cases of 'intertwined' customer records where two people's records have been combined, giving rise to "privacy and clinical safety risks", according to an auditor-general report tabled today."

I find it interesting, but not surprising, that it has taken an audit by ANAO to uncover problems with the information in the government's health databases systems.

Repeating myself, eHealth is about information and its use, not technology.