Anthropometrics goes off the charts in South Island DHBs

The implementation of the Anthropometrics system throughout the five South Island district health boards has gathered pace since the in-house solution was rolled out last year, with 44,000 growth records now entered into the system.

Designed by Southern DHB solution architect Lance Elder and Dunedin School of Medicine professor of paediatrics Barry Taylor, the system is aimed at providing the benefits of a one-stop-shop for anything related to body measurements, available to acute care clinicians through the South Island's Health Connect South portal.

Posted in New Zealand eHealth

Tags: Health Connect South, Southern DHB, South Island Alliance

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