RCH issues tender for EMR and integration engine infrastructure for Parkville

Melbourne's Royal Children's Hospital has issued a tender for an infrastructure platform to support a planned uplift of its electronic medical record and Orion Health's Rhapsody integration engine, which is being rolled out at the four Parkville precinct hospitals as a replacement for JCAPS.

RCH first went live with its Epic EMR in April 2016 and its three neighbours at Parkville – Melbourne Health, the Royal Women’s Hospital (RWH) and the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre – were recently awarded $124 million to implement their own end-to-end system that will leverage the system RCH currently has in place.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: Epic, Royal Children's Hospital, Rhapsody, Parkville precinct

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