Big Four make the shortlist for NT's $186m core clinical system

Four electronic medical record vendors have made the shortlist for the Northern Territory's $186 million Core Clinical Systems Renewal Program (CCSRP), which will see the NT become the first jurisdiction in Australia to roll out an end-to-end clinical information system to all healthcare providers at the point of care.

Two of the four have existing relationships with NT Health although one is a relative newcomer, and the shortlist is notable as much for who is on it as who missed out.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: Telstra Health, NT Health, Allscripts, Epic, InterSystems, CCSRP, Core Clinical Systems Renewal Program

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# Terry Hannan 2016-11-30 07:24
Kate, an interesting 'test bed' for eHealth in Oz. progressive evaluations of the implementation( s) will make interesting reading. NT health has interesting elements-urban health, remote health, poverty associated health, cultural literacy and the implementation will hopefully benefit from the "lessons learnt" form the pre-existing eHealth projects.

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