ADHA to tick off big-ticket items in the next four years

The Australian Digital Health Agency (ADHA) has released a draft Framework for Action that it plans to use to implement the National Digital Health Strategy, with a consultation phase running for the next month looking for input from the industry on its merits.

The framework puts meat on the bones of the overarching national digital health strategy and proposes the development of national blueprints for secure messaging, interoperability, health technology, health apps and medicines; a role in real-time prescription monitoring, end of life care and residential aged care; and a goal of making the My Health Record “an unprecedented platform for innovation”.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: Australian Digital Health Agency, ADHA, national digital health strategy

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