Investment areas include a central repository for patients’ public hospital pathology results and rollout of the Electronic Medications Management System statewide.
- digital infrastructure supporting the clinical and other health-related systems across NS
- digital patient records to ensure patient records are easy to read, accurate and instantly accessible whenever needed
- a central repository for patients’ public hospital pathology results
- rollout of the Electronic Medications Management System statewide
While digital transformation remains big focus.
Pathology systems overhaul running over time, budget.
Brings in health privacy executive.
Extension of EOI deadline to Friday 7 July, 5pm for diagnostic imaging and pathology services offers
New improvements to the My Health Record System
- the patient’s most recent (and up to two years’) Prescription and Dispense records and other PBS claims information
- the patient’s most recent Shared Health Summary and Discharge Summary
- recent Event summaries, Specialist Letters and e-Referral Notes uploaded to the patient’s record since their latest Shared Health Summary, and
- the patient’s Personal Health Summary that may include any Allergies or Adverse Reactions and other key information
- The Australian
- 12:00AM June 19, 2017
Change of scenery.
- Signing of a powerful advertising and health content partnership between MyHealth1st and an Australian leading health advertising and content provider, Tonic Health Media
- Supports MyHealth1st’s preventative care and health education strategy
- Tonic Health Media sales, advertising expertise and content syndication platform to drive MyHealth1st advertising revenues
- Enables consumer access to over 700 health videos and 1,000 articles through the MyHealth1st platform
- Tonic’s content syndication platform will continue to grow with premium content partners such as Health& joining the network
- The Australian
- 8:00PM June 20, 2017
Reiterates assertion that NBN customers won’t pay more.
- 19 June 2017
- Written by Sam Varghese