National Oracle Solution future up in the air but program “in good shape”

The New Zealand government will make a decision on the future of the $65 million National Oracle Solution (NOS) at the end of next month after it emerged cabinet approval would be required for the additional funding needed to complete the project.

The NOS was to have begun its roll out to district health boards early last year but was delayed due to problems encountered with the National Infrastructure Program (NIP), which originally was to have seen all 20 DHBs move to an IBM-provided Infrastructure-as-a-Service platform.

Posted in New Zealand eHealth

Tags: National Infrastructure Platform, National Oracle Solution, New Zealand Health Partnership

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