ADHA to fund national collaboration for children's digital health

The Australian Digital Health Agency (ADHA) has partnered with eHealth NSW and the Sydney Children’s Hospitals Network to set up a child health informatics network, concentrating on identifying digital technologies that can benefit children's health and their experiences of the health system.

Dubbed the Collaborative Network for Child Health Informatics, the initiative is being funded by ADHA and aims to bring together experts in children's health to identify national projects that will positively affect health and social outcomes for kids.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: ADHA, Sydney Children's Hospitals Network

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