New Zealand looks to develop a national primary care data service

New Zealand's primary care networks have got together to explore the potential of developing a national primary care data service (NPCDS) to help improve population health, quality improvement and health system planning.

The PCNs, also known as primary health organisations (PHOs), have issued a request for expressions of interest for a vendor or vendor consortia to develop and operate the service, which they expect would either comprise a centralised enterprise data warehouse approach or a health information exchange model using an API.

Posted in New Zealand eHealth

Tags: National Primary Care Data Service

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