Delayed roll-out of NSW incident system blamed on usability issues, Datix takeover

A NSW parliamentary committee had called on NSW Health to finalise an upgrade to the state's Incident Information Management System (IIMS) “as a matter of urgency” after hearing there were flaws in the system that meant the full implementation has been delayed.

NSW Health officials also blamed the 2017 purchase of Melbourne-based RiskMan International – which won the tender in 2015 to replace the existing AIMS-based incident management system – by UK firm Datix as another reason behind the delay.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: NSW Health, RiskMan, Datix

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