States harmonise baby book data for national child health record

Trials will be held in the next year in the Blacktown-Mt Druitt region of western Sydney and the Dubbo-Coonamble region of central western NSW for the Child Digital Health Record, a national approach to harmonising early childhood data currently held in paper-based baby books.

Trials will also be held at the Mater Hospital and Cairns Hospital in Queensland of a digital health pregnancy record, which will bring together in digital form the cards carried by women to their antenatal appointments.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: eHealth NSW, My Health Record, Sydney Children's Hospitals Network, National Children’s Digital Health Collaborative, HIC 2019

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