NSW budget: $141m for single digital patient record, funds flow for RTPM

The NSW government has allocated $141 million in the forthcoming financial year to its single digital patient record (SDPR) project, which aims to unify the electronic medical record solutions currently in use to enhance care coordination.

It has also providing extra funding for the fast-track roll-out of electronic prescribing in partnership with the federal government, along with $14.3 million for its long-delayed real-time prescription monitoring (RPTM) system.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: eHealth NSW, RTPM, SDPR

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