Australia and Germany to share information on digital health

The Australian government has signed an agreement with Germany to share information about digital health as part of a bilateral pact declared at the first ever G20 health ministers' meeting in Berlin overnight.

Signed by Australia's Minister for Aged Care and for Indigenous Health Ken Wyatt and the German Minister for Health Hermann Grohe, the agreement encourages sharing information on the best uses of digital health to improve the health status of populations.

Posted in Australian eHealth

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