eRIC goes live at Port Macquarie ICU in first step of statewide roll-out

NSW Health's massive electronic record for intensive care (eRIC) roll-out got underway in practice this week, going live at Port Macquarie Base Hospital's (PMBH) intensive care unit, the first of 43 planned for the state.

Based on iMDsoft’s MetaVision 6 specialist critical care system, eRIC will be rolled out to all ICUs, NICUs and PICUs in NSW under a statewide contract awarded in 2013.

iMDsoft beat the likes of Philips Healthcare, GE and Cerner for the hotly contested tender for what was originally called the Intensive Care Clinical Information System (ICCIS), part of the government's $400 million blueprint for eHealth in NSW.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: Cerner, eHealth NSW, eRIC, MetaVision

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