Queensland Health to have 27 hospitals on Cerner digital stack by 2020

Queensland Health aims to have 80 per cent of hospital patients treated in a digitally enabled facility by 2020, with an ambitious target to roll out the digital hospital version of its integrated electronic medical record (ieMR) to 27 hospitals by the end of that year.

The digital hospital solution, which first went live at Brisbane's Princess Alexandra Hospital in November 2015, is also live at Mackay Base Hospital, Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital, Logan, Beaudesert, Redland and QEII Jubilee hospitals along with the Wynnum Manly Community Health Centre Gundu Pa, which offers allied and mental health services as well as a 24-hour primary care centre.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: Cerner, iEMR, eHealth Queensland

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