A short piece on the NEHTA Strategic Plan was published a few days ago by Karen Dearne on the Australian IT web site.
NEHTA releases strategic plan
Karen Dearne | October 02, 2009
THE National E-Health Transition Authority has released a strategic plan repositioning itself as an implementation agency with a role well beyond its present funding to 2012.
"Since its establishment, there has been a misalignment between NEHTA's current direction and the expectations of the various stakeholder groups," the plan says. "As the organisation evolves it is important to ensure a foundation exists for 'what' it has been put in place to deliver."
NEHTA will "co-ordinate and manage the uptake of e-health systems which are of a high priority, interoperable and scalable" nationwide.
Chief executive Peter Fleming said the 2009-2012 plan outlined how NEHTA would fulfil its mission in relation to delivering the National E-Health Strategy adopted by the Council of Australian Governments last December.
The full article is here:
What is interesting is as of the time of typing 4 days later there are 16 comments about the article.
Pretty much all express a view of NEHTA which would make one believe I am being kind!
It will be interesting to see the NEHTA spin machine attempt strike back with some unalloyed praise!
Isn’t free speech wonderful!
Browse the comments for a belly laugh or two.