NSW Health on the market for statewide single digital patient record

eHealth NSW has gone to the market for a statewide single digital patient record (SDPR) that will bring together the different instances of NSW Health's electronic medical record (EMR), patient administration (PAS) and laboratory information (LIMS) systems on a single platform, preferably delivered on a software-as-a-service (SaaS) basis.

Envisioning a six-year process for a statewide roll-out of the system, eHealth NSW also anticipates that a clinical health information exchange (CHIE) platform will need to be built to facilitate integration and interoperability between the various specialist clinical systems in use as well as the EMRs used by non-NSW Health providers such as Northern Beaches Hospital.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: NSW Health, eHealth NSW, NSW Health Pathology, SDPR

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