Full steam ahead for NZ national electronic health record

New Zealand is going ahead with its plans for a single national electronic health record (EHR) despite recent upheavals with the now disbanded National Health IT Board, issuing a request for proposal this week for a partner to develop a business case for its implementation.

According to tender documents issued by the Ministry of Health, the government and the health IT sector have completed a draft investment outline and a strategic assessment for the EHR, which will be used to guide the business case.

Posted in New Zealand eHealth

Tags: National Health IT Board, NZ EHR

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