Special inquirer issues warning over WA's HealthNext project

The WA Department of Health needs to ensure a strong governance framework is in place as it transitions to the $408.8 million HealthNext project, which is replacing the much criticised centralised computing services contract with Fujitsu that famously blew its budget by over $80m.

That contract is due to cease on November 30 but according to a report from special inquirer John Langoulant this week, WA Health is yet to commenced transition planning and acknowledges that the timeframes will be challenging.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: WA Health, Fujitsu

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