Western Sydney developing diabetes app to link to LinkedEHR

Western Sydney Local Health District (WSLHD) has extended the deadline for a tender to develop a smartphone app for type 2 diabetes that can integrate with Western Sydney's LinkedEHR GP-controlled shared care planning platform, with a view to an eventual nationwide roll-out.

Part of the Western Sydney Diabetes (WSD) initiative, it is hoped the app will be launched next year and trialled initially with 2000 patients before being commercially scaled up and extended to the approximately 400,000 people in the region with diabetes and pre-diabetes.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: LinkedEHR, WentWest, Western Sydney LHD

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