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  • NSW Health gives doctors the power of telemedicine

    Clinicians within NSW’s regional network of hospitals can now use telemedicine capabilities to better diagnose and treat patients with cancer thanks to the adoption of tools that provide secure mobile access to electronic medical records.

    Written by Jennifer O'Brien22 March 17 11:54
  • ​NSW Health on the hunt for tech interns

    NSW Health is offering internships in ICT architecture and information security under a partnership with the ACS Foundation.

    Written by Byron Connolly21 Jan. 16 11:27
  • eHealth NSW gets busy on technology rollouts

    eHealth NSW CIO, Michael Walsh, and newly appointed chief clinical information officer, John Lambert, have laid out some of the technology projects they are focusing on this year, as part of the state’s $400 million e-health strategy.

    Written by Rebecca Merrett29 Aug. 14 09:00
  • NSW Health calls time on GroupWise, preps Exchange move

    NSW Health has started preparing the consolidation of all its disparate e-mail systems into one Microsoft Exchange environment for some 200,000 end-users across the state government department with the big loser being Novell's GroupWise.

    Written by Rodney Gedda13 July 11 11:02
  • EMR success needs IT wake up: NSW e-health CIO

    The success of an electronic medical records (EMR) project will depend on a level of high-velocity, mission-critical ICT not seen before in the sector, says the NSW Department of Health’s director of e-health and ICT strategy branch Ian Rodgers.

    Written by Rodney Gedda02 June 11 10:30
  • NSW Health ups CIO ranks with new IT support director

    A month after appointing a new CIO for its e-health and IT strategies the NSW Department of Health has appointed a director of strategy and architecture for health support services (HSS) ICT.

    Written by Rodney Gedda15 March 11 10:32
  • Privacy concerns won’t stymie e-health uptake: NSW Health

    People concerned about the privacy implications of a move to transferable electronic health and medical records should not be dissuaded by doubt as the benefits outweigh potential drawbacks, according to health industry executives.

    Written by Rodney Gedda14 May 10 05:52