eHealth Queensland CEO Richard Ashby resigns, HBCIS replacement on hold

eHealth Queensland CEO Richard Ashby has resigned following allegations of a personal relationship with a staff member involved in the $210 million procurement for the replacement of Queensland's aged HBCIS patient administration system.

The restricted tender and shortlisting of Cerner and DXC only for the project has raised many eyebrows. Dr Ashby has been under investigation by the state's Crime and Corruption Commission since last year.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: Cerner, iEMR, HBCIS, Richard Ashby

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