NSW Health explores Single Digital Patient Record

NSW Health is considering options to develop a Single Digital Patient Record (SDPR),

To support development of this strategic initiative, eHealth NSW is now seeking to engage the market through an open Request for Information (RFI). This will help to inform any future business case development and enable industry to offer valuable input into the SDPR initiative. 

A Single Digital Patient Record (SDPR) “will provide a holistic, state-wide view of a patient’s health care information,” states a request for information (RFI) document released this week by NSW Health.

“The SDPR will support safe, high-quality healthcare for patients and a more consistent ICT user experience for healthcare providers.”

 The NSW Government’s eHealth Strategy aims to create ‘a digitally enabled and integrated system delivering patient-centred health experiences and quality health outcomes’ in NSW.

An RFI industry briefing will be held on Tuesday 20th August 2019 at The Zenith Theatre in Chatswood NSW from 11am to 12.30pm. 

To register to attend the event in person, register at http://e.healthshare.nsw.gov.au/link/id/zzzz5c8b0c8b24246662/regform?evuid=zzzz5d11a437be9d7989

The event will be recorded and this recording will be made available with RFI documentation when it is released at a later date.  


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