Tender opens to build $10m national storage solution for primary care data

A tender has been issued for the build and maintenance of a National Data Storage and Analytics Solution (NDSAS) that will hold up to 70 terabytes of data from the primary health sector for analysis, including data gathered for the recently launched general practice quality improvement program (PIP QI).

The federal government has approved $10 million for the new system, with the procurement and trial being handled on behalf of the 31 primary health networks (PHNs) and the federal Department of Health by the Western Australian Primary Health Alliance (WAPHA), which operates the three WA PHNs.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: NDSAS, WAPHA

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