Ministry outlines next steps for NZ national EHR

The New Zealand Ministry of Health (MOH) has revealed a plan for the next 12 months in the development of the country's national electronic health record (EHR) following a request from a cabinet committee for more detail on the costs and benefits of the proposed system.

As Pulse+IT reported recently, the Cabinet Committee on State Sector Reform and Expenditure Control (SEC) – which is chaired by Minister for Finance Steven Joyce and considers all large investment projects – earlier this month requested more detail on the costs, benefits and risks of the EHR, to be submitted as an addendum to the indicative business case (IBC) prepared by Accenture.

Posted in New Zealand eHealth

Tags: NZ Ministry of Health, Single EHR

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