Defence to go to tender for JP2060 eHealth record next month

The Department of Defence will issue a request for quotation for the initial elements of its $150-$350 million JP2060 Phase 4 Health Knowledge Management (HKM) solution in May, which will include a replacement primary care practice management system, a critical care patient management system and a new Defence eHealth Record for all Australian Defence Force members.

The plan is to first roll out a new foundational record and primary care system to the 50-odd garrison sites in Australia and two overseas sites by December 2022, replacing the existing EMIS-based system implemented by DXC Technology, followed by an extended capability with analytics for deployed field hospitals by June 2025.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: JP2060, Department of Defence

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