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Seven big COVID-19 driven digital health innovations already up

COVID-19 distress has let our GPs, software vendors, pharma companies and government to be suddenly move oceans and more innovative and pragmatic about how they deliver services

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We need urgent action to save those in frontline primary care

We are all collectively participants and witnesses to perhaps the most significant health crisis the world has experienced in the past 100 years.

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Wild Health Melbourne Summit moves to November 2

Wild Health Melbourne Summit 2020 is moving from June 2 to November 2 as a result of COVID-19

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A neat COVID-19 interim fix for electronic prescribing

Various GP groups, including the RACGP, are asking the state and federal governments to temporarily relax legislation around the current e-prescription infrastructure, to allow doctors to prescribe for COVID-19 and self-isolated patients using telehealth.

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A week in COVID-19 mayhem for doctors

This was our Saturday post for our daily GP newsletter, but interestingly, many of the stories relate to innovation created by COVID-19. Other stories, like the NSW Health Cruise Ship debacle, are just a bit bizarre NSW Health cruise ship debacle and more… Note to NSW Health Department: Cruise Ship = DANGER. NSW Health surely […]

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Google’s Gupta and ONC’s Posnack to headline Melbourne Wild Health!

Melbourne’s Wild Health on June 2 at Collins Square has the most interest and edgy program of all the Wild Health Sumits to date with headline keynotes from Aashima Gupta, Google Global Head of Cloud Healthcare, and Steve Posnack, who is the US equivalent of the head of the ADHA.

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Top 10 digital healthcare platforms: Telstra Health, No 5

Telstra Health, once had the grand ambition to be ‘the’ Australian digital health platform. And then things went a bit awry. Now the group is stable, growing and winning interesting national digital health contracts. do they still have the potential to realise this ambition?

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e-Scripts project portent of FHIR potential to transform locally

Electronic only scripts looks like a watershed project for how the government and vendors view FHIR moving forward in Australia

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The ‘Don’ makes time for HIMSS 2020

Is this a sign that digital health has finally hit the big time, or is it just more PR fun and games amid the from the enigmatic and strange US president

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Police secretly accessing MBS and PBS data

The Department of Human Services has decided to release the guidelines governing the disclosure of private health data to the police, one year after rejecting a Freedom of Information request by our sister publication, The Medical Republic.

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