Northern DHBs go to market for health information platform, regional workspace

The four Northern region district health boards have approached the market for a data sharing and interoperability health information platform (HIP) that will provide the foundations for their regional collaborative community care (RCCC) project, which has replaced the 2016 Northern EHR idea that once envisaged rolling out Epic in both the primary and secondary care settings.

The region's shared services arm healthAlliance has also issued a tender for a regional workspace that will see all systems upgraded to Windows 10 and the roll-out of Office 365, and Auckland DHB has separately gone to market for a patient administration system (PAS) to replace its aged, bespoke system.

Posted in New Zealand eHealth

Tags: Northern EHR, Northern Region DHBs, Northern Region ISSP

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