- Personally Controlled Electronic Health Record (PCEHR)
Recruitment saga circles department.
Jan 6 2016 12:04PM
New boss for the new year.
Jan 5 2016 1:53PM
Technology reporter / producer
- The Australian
- January 16, 2016 12:00AM
Announcement: #FHIR publishing plans
In March 2015, the FMG decided to publish DSTU2 that covered the base infrastructure, and to plan to release a DSTU 2.1 that left the infrastructure unchanged, and filled out additional details around the Financial and workflow resources, for ballot in the May ballot.
We’ve been following that plan until the meeting in Orlando, but it was evident that we needed to reconsider our plans. There were two reasons why:
- Resolving the issues around the workflow resources was taking longer than we hoped, and sticking to our plan would mean no connectathon testing of the redesign
- There was ongoing pressure to make changes to resources that were frozen for DSTU 2.1
- 8 Jan, 4:57 PM
Territory unveils packed IT schedule for successor.
Shabby online redaction lands regulator in hot water.
Reporter for The Canberra Times
NEHTA eHealth Software Developer Community Webinar Series - Webinar invitation and Survey
- 15 January 2016
- By Peter Dinham
Orion Health, a leading population health management and healthcare integration company, has announced the release of Rhapsody Integration Engine Version 6.2. The new version of Rhapsody delivers a number of customer focused innovations to help users work smarter. Plus, it builds on the FHIR capabilities introduced in Rhapsody 6.1, the first integration engine to implement the new HL7® Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR®) standard. The Rhapsody dashboard has been enhanced to provide at-a-glance monitoring via multiple channels such as a tablet, smart phone, and monitor.