Leidos partners with MediRecords and Coviu for Defence EMR bid

Technology solutions and services giant Leidos Australia has chosen local vendors MediRecords and Coviu as partners for its bid for the Department of Defence's Joint Project 2060 (JP2060) Phase 4 eHealth system replacement.

The new system will include a medical record, case management, ePrescribing, eReferrals, practice management and patient administration as well as clinical decision support, closed loop diagnostic tests, an online patient portal and links to the My Health Record and the Department of Veterans Affairs.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: Cerner, Coviu, MediRecords, JP2060, Department of Defence, Leidos

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+2 # Department of Defence staff 2019-09-24 02:31
Interesting news - some onsite visits would be of great help to us clincians on the ground.
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+1 # Berne Gibbons 2019-09-24 08:11
Makes good sense. If we are to realise true CoDesign we MUST engage clinicians and consumers early. Not be saying look at what we’ve built for you.
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