MedicalDirector gets behind minimum standards move for better interoperability

Clinical and practice management software vendor MedicalDirector is firmly in favour of recent plans by the RACGP and the Australian Digital Health Agency (ADHA) to put forward a set of minimum standards for medical software, saying it will help moves towards better interoperability.

MedicalDirector CEO Matt Bardsley said an agreed set of requirements or standards would provide assurance to doctors that information sharing was safe. The company recently released a survey of 320 industry professionals, the majority of them practice managers and GPs, gauging their views on interoperability in healthcare.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: MedicalDirector, RACGP, ADHA, Helix

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