Inside the NT's $186m core clinical systems renewal program

Northern Territory Health recently went to tender for a comprehensive, jurisdiction-wide, integrated clinical management system taking in acute, primary and community care as part of its massive core clinical systems renewal program (CCSRP).

The program will see the replacement of four existing clinical information systems that have been in place for more than 15 years, and is expected to go live when the new $170 million Palmerston Regional Hospital, situated on the Stuart Highway in the southern suburbs of Darwin, opens in 2018.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: NT Health, Chamonix, Palmerston Regional Hospital, CCSRP, Core Clinical Systems Renewal Program

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