Parkville precinct EMR being re-scoped following funding failure

Royal Melbourne Hospital and its partner facilities in the Parkville precinct are still working towards a long-term shared electronic medical record after an ambitious business case for a full EMR, strongly rumoured to be supplied by Epic, failed to receive funding in this year's state budget.

The new plan involves a re-scope of the original proposal with some functionality to be introduced in the early stages, including a solution to replace the Symphony emergency department system, which vendor EMIS Health will no longer support after December.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: Royal Melbourne Hospital, Epic, Melbourne Health, Ascribe, EMIS, Symphony

You need to log in to post comments. If you don't have a Pulse+IT website account, click here to subscribe.

Sign up for Pulse+IT eNewsletters

Sign up for Pulse+IT website access

For more information, click here.

Copyright © 2018 Pulse+IT Magazine
No content published on this website can be reproduced by any person for any reason without the prior written permission of the publisher.