MSIA questions need for minimum functionality requirements project

This week's announcement by the RACGP and the Australian Digital Health Agency of a project to determine minimum functionality requirements for general practice clinical information systems has raised the ire of the medical software industry, with the peak industry association saying no business case had been put forward to support the idea.

The college said on Monday that it would work with doctors and software developers to ensure GP systems are “useable, secure, interoperable, and ultimately fit-for-purpose”, which the Medical Software Industry Association says has been the case for the past 20 years.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: RACGP, ADHA, MSIA

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