Defence to tender for health knowledge management platform in 2019

The Department of Defence expects to go to tender for its long-awaited health knowledge management (HKM) platform for the Australian Defence Force in early 2019, phase four of the billion-dollar JP2060 Deployable Health Capability project.

Defence says the aim of JP2060 Phase 4 is to deliver an HKM solution to provide readily accessible health knowledge, including patient clinical information, to support healthcare provision in both deployed and non-deployed contexts.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: Defence eHealth System, JP2060, HKM, JeHDI

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