Govt invests $55m over seven years in digital health CRC

The federal government has allocated $55 million over seven years to a new cooperative research centre for digital health, promising to develop and test digital health solutions in real hospitals and health services.

The CRC has named five medical software firms – Telstra Health, Fred IT, Alcidion, Pen CS and the Pharmacy Guild's Guild Link – as initial partners.

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Tags: Digital Health CRC

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