DHBs will need $2.3 billion over 10 years to fix legacy IT systems

New Zealand's district health boards will need $2.3 billion over the next 10 years to bring their clinical and administrative IT systems up to scratch, the Ministry of Health estimates.

A current-state assessment of health assets report released this week as part of the National Asset Management Programme (NAMP) shows that based on 2018 DHB capital estimates, $14 billion of investment will also be required for buildings and infrastructure.

Posted in New Zealand eHealth

Tags: District Health Boards, National Asset Management Programme, Ministry of Health

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