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Sunday, May 07, 2017

AusHealthIT Poll Number 369 – Results – 7th May, 2017.

Here are the results of the poll.

Has The ADHA Already Failed In Its Main Mission(s)?

Yes 63% (126)

Probably 23% (46)

Neutral 2% (4)

Probably Not 5% (9)

No 2% (4)

It's Too Early To Tell 3% (6)

I Have No Idea 3% (5)

Total votes: 200

It seems that the ADHA has some work to do to persuade this blog’s audience that it is heading in the right direction and making any real progress in its core mission of fostering better overall health through the delivery of improved digital health systems and services.

A really great turnout of votes!

Again, many, many thanks to all those that voted!



Trevor3130 said...

See Scot Silverberg's latest.
I wonder from where the new direction(s) for EHR will come? IMO the answers require very sharp political action, since there will be powerful interests at play. The "personal" flavour has failed in its current form, but that's an essential component of a strong foundation. As in "What would I expect from giving away all my health data?". At the very bottom of that list is "Providing more desks, and managerial PKIs, in the health data bureaucracy".

Anonymous said...

The poll question is an interesting one. Was the mission to re-establish national dialogue to encompass all views and needs to advance Australia and place the strong bond and relationship between paitient and care provider at the core of investment? Or was there a secondary less public agenda to encompass all into a PCEHR constraint with public discussions aimed at marketing a pre-conceived but untested singularity which was more about funding the MyHRr than anything else?

Whatever it was I will be watching to see if the keep up the expectation of engaging at grass roots or will those embraced soon feel forgotten?

Trevor3130 said...

I meant Scot Silverstein in the above. And, KPIs.