Red and purple and blue and green: collaborative to digitise baby health books

NSW and Victoria are leading a new national initiative to digitally capture the child health and development data recorded in the different coloured baby books used in each jurisdiction, one of four initiatives that it is hoped will go towards building a longitudinal child digital health record for all Australian kids in the future.

Led by the National Children’s Digital Health Collaborative, the aim is to explore how every child in Australia can have a comprehensive digital health record from the time they are conceived through to their infancy, childhood and into adolescence, and which is readily accessible by parents and healthcare providers.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: eHealth NSW, Australian Digital Health Agency

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