Standards Australia refuses to explain delay to Digital Hospitals Handbook

Standards Australia is staying silent on the reasons behind a delay in the publication of the promised 'world-first' Digital Hospital Handbook, citing a lack of resources as to why it has not made an official announcement and also refusing to put a timeline on when the publication will finally be ready.

Standards Australia CEO Bronwyn Evans told Pulse+IT in late February that the handbook, which was provided with $100,000 in seed money by the Victorian Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), would be available the following month, but less than three weeks later informed a conference in Sydney that it would miss its deadline.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: Standards Australia, IT-014

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