Defence to brief the market on health knowledge management capability

The Department of Defence will hold a market briefing later this month on the health knowledge management (HKM) element of its JP2060 project, which aims to develop a deployable health capability that can provide acute-level care in combat or disaster zones.

The HKM component, known as JP2060 Phase 4, involves an ICT layer that supports the clinical care component of the capability, including the creation and exchange of health data with garrison health centres through a centralised health record.

Posted in Australian eHealth

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