Going Digital report outlines ideas for digital health test beds

Virtual care teams for patients with high health needs, a national “Patients Like Me” social media platform, a trial of the Open Notes project in Australia and a text/image messaging system for emergency care providers are some of the ideas put forward for the digital health test beds being organised by the Australian Digital Health Agency.

The ideas are in a new report released by the Consumers Health Forum in association with the George Institute for Global Health following a roundtable held earlier this year. The Going Digital report aims to provide guidance on using digital health to support four sectors: chronic disease, residential aged care, emergency care and end of life care.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: national digital health strategy, Consumers Health Forum, George Institute

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