Royle promises new era of openness and transparency in digital health

A new version of the national digital health strategy is not likely to be released until later this year as the newly appointed board governing the agency replacing the National E-Health Transition Authority (NEHTA) gets to work on aligning the strategy with the technical and organisational changes that are sweeping through the local eHealth sector.

Interviews for the new CEO of the Australian Digital Health Agency are also continuing and an appointment will not be announced until after the federal election, with acting CEO Richard Royle committing to staying in the role until a permanent appointment can be made.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: PCEHR, NEHTA, Royle review, MyHR, Australian Digital Health Agency

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