10 New Zealand hospitals now linked to ICNET infection surveillance system

Ten hospitals across New Zealand are now linked in to the ICNET infection surveillance database hosted by Canterbury District Health Board (DHB), with new COVID-19 functionality launched last year helping providers to detect, manage and trace COVID-19 cases across the national hospital network, including the hotel quarantine network.

Canterbury DHB migrated Baxter Healthcare's ICNET to the public cloud during the COVID-19 lockdown in March last year, with Canterbury hosting the application and offering it to other DHBs as part of an Accident Compensation Corporation-funded expansion program.

Posted in New Zealand eHealth

Tags: Canterbury DHB, Baxter Healthcare, ICNet

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