RANZCR calls for action on orderables catalogue, eReferrals, historic images

The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists (RANZCR) has outlined its top five priorities for an interoperable health system, calling for the adoption of imaging guidelines for referring doctors, an eReferrals system and shared access to historic images, as well as an ‘orderables' catalogue to standardise terminology used for radiology requests.

It has also taken a swipe at the Australian Digital Health Agency's (ADHA) focus on the My Health Record to the perceived exclusion of other digital initiatives, and at its termination of a diagnostic imaging program steering group (DI PSG) last year.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: RANZCR, Interoperability

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# Deana Scott 2019-07-16 08:08
Very pleased with RANZCR for pushing for greater interoperabilit y.

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