With one click, GPs accidentally agree to share their patients' data
Australia, your privacy has been breached — we reveal the biggest health data leaks
“Creaking in the rigging”: The ADHA is warned to look beyond data warehousing to prioritise the people making sense of it all
Risk of failure points to budget fix for Medicare payment systems
- The Australian
- 12:00AM April 24, 2018
Data debacle earns health department a slap on the wrist
Consent and ID after Cambridge
Patients demanding more tech in GP practices but the AMA says digital transformation comes at a cost
My Health Record: It’s not all terrible, is it?
ACEM welcomes next phase of My Health Record
The Australasian College for Emergency Medicine (ACEM) supports every Australian having a My Health Record.
“Providing quality care in a modern health system relies on accessible and accurate clinical and patient information,” ACEM President Dr Simon Judkins said.
Media release - Digital health leaders meet in United States to forge global plans
My Health Record – the connection to accessible information at any time
Framework for Action – invitation for contributions
- Hospital admissions avoided
- Fewer adverse drug events
- Reduced duplication of medical tests
- Better coordination of care for people with chronic and complex conditions, and
- Better informed treatment decisions.
Have your say on the Health Information Workforce Census
International recognition for Australia’s my Health Memory app
GDPR data breach notification letter
From the download:
In the current business environment, it is almost inevitable that an organization will experience a security breach that exposes collected personal data to unauthorized access. Under the provisions of the GDPR, regardless of the severity of the security breach, organizations must inform their EU customers and stakeholders of the incident in a timely manner.
GDPR compliance requires that all data subjects be notified that a security breach has occurred within 72 hours of first discovering it. Regardless of whether the notification is in the form of a public announcement, email, or text message, it should contain several key pieces of information:
Reported breaches not painting complete picture of Australian security landscape
DHS begins search for Sterrenberg’s replacement
ACT govt steals Health IT exec as next digital chief
To drive transformation.
DHS used up child support system project budget two years ago
Forced to rely on BAU funds.
Orangeworm menaces healthcare computers
Plants Kwampirs backdoors.
Orangeworm group takes aim at healthcare sector
- 24 April 2018
- Written by Sam Varghese
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- professionals (e.g. doctors, pharmacists, dentists and allied health professionals)
- organisations (e.g. medical practices, hospitals and administrative staff).
- Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme (PBS)
- Child Dental Benefits Schedule (CDBS)
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- Apr 23 2018 at 4:00 PM
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Garvan Institute uses Microsoft Azure grant to build genetic index to hunt disease cures
Alcidion announces acquisition of MKM Health and Patientrack to create international specialist health informatics company
- Transformative acquisition creating a market leading, international specialist health informatics company focused on decision intelligence and analytics technology for improved health care
- The combined Alcidion Group will have:
- Specialised IT capabilities and a diversified product platform with lead products including: Miya and Smartpage products (Alcidion) and Patientrack (MKM Health)
- Extensive capabilities in IT implementation, integration and data management in healthcare, supporting the product platforms
- Proven sales and go-to market capabilities
- Large diversified customer base including 20 UK National Health Service (NHS) hospitals, over 50 Australian public and private hospitals, and Health Departments and 11 District Health Boards covering more than 30 New Zealand hospitals
- Combined revenue of approximately A$13 million in FY17 (on a pro forma basis)
- Patientrack is highly complementary with Alcidion’s existing products and has an established customer base in the United Kingdom, New Zealand and Australia
- UK market represents a new international market for Alcidion, with immediate cross selling opportunities
- Initial Acquisition consideration of A$12 million with A$10 million to be satisfied by the issue of 198 million Alcidion shares and A$2 million payable in cash, subject to completion adjustments, and funded from existing cash reserves. A further contingent consideration of up to A$4 million payable in 12 months in Alcidion shares, subject to the revenue and EBITDA performance of MKM Health and Patientrack in that 12 month period
- Highly experienced Board and management team to be led by Ray Blight as Executive Chairman, with Ms Kate Quirke – currently CEO of MKM Health – to be appointed as CEO of the enlarged Alcidion Group
- Investor conference call scheduled for Tuesday 24th April, 11.00am AEST (registration and dial in details provided at the bottom of this announcement).
PainChek takes strides toward commercialisation for e-health tool
Targeting people with dementia
How genomics can lead doctors to 'knowing ahead of time'
By Rob Preston, Oracle
Wednesday, 04 April, 2018
Citadel Group acquires medical SaaS provider Anaesthetic Private Practice for $2 million
NBN boss says mixed technology build behind network complaints
- The Australian
- 9:50AM April 27, 2018