Patients are digitally demanding
- The Australian
- 11:36AM June 6, 2018
Bid to give police access to real-time S8 script data
A third of poll respondents don’t want a My Health Record
More than a third of pharmacies are now registered for My Health Record, according to AJP’s latest poll
Australia to create a connected health service through the National Health Interoperability Roadmap
Health withholds Telstra payments for $220m cancer register
As go-live milestones missed.
Queensland digital hospitals boosting outcomes
Thursday, 07 June, 2018
Digital health: it’s in our DNA. Queensland Health Minister on the state’s high-tech revolution
ACT Health lands $40m for core IT upgrades
All the tech in the ACT Budget.
Troubled hospital spends $2.3m on paper deliveries
- The Australian
- 12:00AM June 4, 2018
"Cumulative errors" in EPAS procurement, Ombudsman finds
SA Ombudsman finds deficiencies with EPAS procurement
Did not observe proper practices.
SA Government describes EPAS as a "failure" that is impairing hospital operations
NSW Health rostering system $37m over budget
But starting to deliver benefits.
- Updated Jun 6 2018 at 11:00 PM
Big pharma wants to invest more in Australian biotech says Greg Hunt
Third of 416 robo-debt claims found to be wrong
- 04 June 2018
- Written by Sam Varghese
Lost in transition
Rate of errors are still too high at care transition, and HMR funding caps are not helping: experts
Trembling cursor ‘early sign’ of Parkinson’s
- Mark Bridge
- The Times
- 12:00AM June 5, 2018
Melbourne children's hospital emergency department gets real-time wait updates
Dementia Australia rolling out virtual reality workshops nationwide
Where's the evidence for prescribing health apps?
10 ways pharmacies fall victim to cyber criminals
- Staff should be trained to avoid using pharmacy computers for personal email and web searches.
- Update to Windows 10. Windows XP is not secure and no longer supported by Microsoft. Without an upgrade, pharmacies leave themselves more vulnerable to malware programs and hackers. Cyber criminals are taking advantage of old operating systems used by healthcare providers to install malware to encrypt data. They then demand a ransom be paid in Bitcoin to unlock it.
'White-hot anger': St Vincent's Hospital email gaffe reveals confidential employee details
By Lucy Cormack
Informed consent and internet-based research in epidemiology
Published online: 4 June 2018
Better health for Australians with My Health Record
Cancelled My Health Record data to be kept in limbo
ADHA reveals MHR information strategy
An important overview of the pros, cons and questions about My Health Record
My Health Record data could be uploaded without consent
Risking loss of personal control.
Going on the record
The 3-month window for opting-out of the My Health Record begins soon. Health bureaucrats gave a Senate hearing the latest on the program, including what pharmacy’s role entails
Why should GPs care about primary health networks?
To add to her current problems, her latest blood test shows iron deficiency anaemia, no doubt related to her polypharmacy and NSAID use.
Kylie, your practice nurse, pops in and says that she is worried about Margaret’s mental health and thinks she needs some extra support. Margaret can’t afford to see a psychologist.
Understanding the digital behaviours of older Australians
Millions of older Aussies missing out over ‘fear’ of the internet
- Updated Jun 4 2018 at 11:00 PM
Scott Farquhar's Skip Capital and AirTree back skin cancer start-up MetaOptima
DXC Technology nabs Dr John Lambert as medical director
The Aussie Shepherd maps indoor space for visually impaired
Waitemata and Counties Manukau DHBs live with Clinical Portal 8
Rigorous new complaints rules set to be imposed on telcos
- 07 June 2018
- Written by Peter Dinham