New Zealand ready to roll with National Immunisation Solution

New Zealand’s new national immunisation solution (NIS) has been built and is available to use when the roll-out of the first COVID-19 vaccine begins, Minister for COVID-19 Response Chris Hipkins says.

The $23 million NIS has been build as a replacement for the legacy National Immunisation Register (NIR) and promises to allow any health worker to record vaccinations anywhere and at any time. It also includes an inventory management system that includes information on where the vaccines are located, volumes and temperature, as well as expiry dates to minimise wastage.

Posted in New Zealand eHealth

Tags: National immunisation Solution

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