ACT issues tenders for $11m pathology system and new paging solution

ACT Health has issued a tender for a new laboratory information system (LIS) to replace its existing Kestrel technology, asking for a solution that will work with current clinical documentation systems but will in future be able to integrate with the territory's planned Digital Health Record (DHR).

ACT Health has also issued a tender for new clinical work devices which will form part of an overall clinical communications project that will replace the existing switchboard-based paging system with full peer to peer messaging and a mobile work platform for clinical apps at the bedside.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: ACT Health, Laboratory information systems

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