Another day, another botched government contract
Audit finds problems with Health procurement.
The Royal College of Pathologists of Australasia has backed the pathology health screenings rolled out through Sigma’s Amcal Pharmacy network this week
Good implementation despite user complaints.
- A data breach notification law was finally passed.
- The government backed down on a Bill that would have allowed more sharing of veterans’ personal information without their consent.
- The government also backed down on the proposal to allow access to telco metadata for use in civil litigation (although, as the Attorney-General’s Department notes, “Civil litigants will still be able to access data that is not retained solely for purposes of the data retention scheme”).
- The Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet agreed to develop a code with the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC) to address concerns about data-handling in the Australian Public Service.
- The Australian
- 12:00AM June 29, 2017
One digital health record for all territorians.
Northern Territory Selects InterSystems to Implement Single Digital Medical Record for All Territorians
Implementation will make NT first Australian state or territory with a unified ICT solution across public health
Amends outdated, paper-based processes.
EMET comes to flagship OS.
- 30 June 2017
- Written by Sam Varghese