One of the priorities for eHealth is developing national solutions for specialities such as oncology, cardiac health and renal services.
National solutions are considered for services that are highly specialised but have relatively low numbers of patients, particularly for services where strong national clinical governance is already evident and where information needs to be available for clinicians wherever they are practising, and patients wherever they are living. Where a high degree of standardisation and integration is required, services are run nationally.
- Cancer information
- Cardiac health
- Comprehensive clinical assessment for aged care
- Health identity
- Finance procurement supply chain
Nationally-aligned information systems are being developed to use a common dataset based on the National Cancer Core Data Business Process, Data Definitions, and Messaging Standards (HISO 10038). Find out more.
The ANZACS-Q1 registry and the Cardio-thoracic surgery project are two Cardiac Health projects that are fully supported by the cardiac clinical network and are going to be national projects. Find out more.
The Comprehensive Clinical Assessment Project is about establishing the use of a standardised assessment tool, that uses software, and is designed to improve the care of older people in residential care facilities. Find out more.
The Health Identity Programme is upgrading the technology platform supporting the National Health Index (NHI) and the Healthcare Provider Index (HPI). Find out more.
Health Benefits Ltd is coordinating the rollout of a common finance and supply chain system to consolidate and standardise business functions across the health sector. Find out more.
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