Second round of industry offers to achieve full electronic prescribing functionality

The Australian Digital Health Agency (ADHA) has released a second industry offer round worth up to $60,000 to help clinical information system vendors and mobile medications management app developers implement full electronic prescribing functionality.

“Full” functionality includes active script lists (ASL) capability and what ADHA describes as increased technical functionality for clinicians through the introduction of chart-based requirements.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: ADHA, ePrescribing, eScripts

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0 # Jeff Willcox 2021-05-14 14:21
Genie Solutions still hasn't implemented the 1st stage of tokens, recently announcing a further delay in this. It's very frustrating for us Genie users :(

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