The Australian Digital Health Agency is facilitating a national conversation to develop a blueprint for a more modern, digitally connected health system.
Community members are invited to attend a consultation to have their say on national interoperability in health care.
Just as people expect technology to seamlessly support them in their everyday lives, both consumers and healthcare professionals expect digital technology to support the delivery of high-quality healthcare.
What is Interoperability?
‘At its simplest, it is the ability to move information easily between people, organisations and systems. It is imperative that when information is shared between people and systems, its meaning is preserved from one context to another so that information in interpreted in the same way.’ – Australian Digital Health Agency
- What are the problems you would like to see solved by making information more accessible?
- What features would be important in maintaining trust in systems that share people’s information between providers?
- What does it mean for consumers to be in control of their own information?
There are two sessions available:
- Port Macquarie Tuesday 21 May 2019
- Coffs Harbour Tuesday 28 May 2019
Each session runs from 11 am to 12:30 pm. Lunch will be provided.
For registration enquiries, please contact Amanda Wilkinson via email at [email protected] or phone (02) 6618 5436.
We hope you will join us for this important discussion. If you cannot attend, have your say via the Better connections: Your health, your say survey online.