ADHA to go to market for ideas on re-platforming My Health Record

The Australian Digital Health Agency plans to go to the market in the next few months with a request for information on potentially re-platforming the My Health Record system and for the National Infrastructure Operator (NIO) after the current contract ends in 2020.

ADHA's executive general manager for core services systems operations, Ronan O'Connor, said the current system was designed and built by Accenture between 2010 and 2012 and while it is fit for purpose now, there is an ongoing need to embrace new and emerging technologies for its future.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: PCEHR, My Health Record, ADHA, Accenture

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