Emergency telehealth, webPAS roll out to WA country towns

The towns of York and Goomalling in the West Australian wheatbelt have been equipped with telehealth consulting rooms, DXC's webPAS patient administration system and electronic referral capability as part of the WA Country Health Service's $300 million capital works program.

York and Goomalling are two of 37 towns in country WA that are receiving improved infrastructure, including digital technology. The project also involves upgrades to 23 small hospitals and health centres across the region.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: WA Country Health Service, emergency telehealth service

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