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Budget information on Indigenous Health
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Budget information on Indigenous Health

To assist you in finding Budget information on Indigenous health, we have made the task easier for you.   Go to the HealthBulletin http://healthbulletin.org.au<http://healthbulletin.org.au/&gt; and click on ‘Australian Government Budget 2014-15: information of relevance to Indigenous health’ (http://healthbulletin.org.au/articles/budget-2014-15-information-of-relevance-to-indigenous-health/).   Links to media releases will be added during the rest of the week as they become … Continue reading

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Telehealth Infrastructure Support Grants 2014 Round 3

Originally posted on NACCHO Aboriginal Health News Alerts:
NACCHO has received funds from the Department of Health and Ageing under the Telehealth Delivery Project to provide services with grants that will allow them to purchase the necessary infrastructure to undertake Telehealth consultations between specialists and patients. The grant funding under Round 3 is for amounts…

eHealth Usability Feedback / Improvements – NEHTA
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eHealth Usability Feedback / Improvements – NEHTA

When Clinicians commenced using the eHealth record system (PCEHR), some issues were identified that were impacting workflow, and some of the eHealth features of their software were not as intuitive as originally hoped.  NEHTA has worked with clinical peak bodies to produce guidance material for software vendors in response to the usability feedback received to … Continue reading

Opinion sought on layout of cumulative pathology reports
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Opinion sought on layout of cumulative pathology reports

Written by Kate McDonald on 13 March 2014. Clinicians are being asked for their opinions on the design and layout of pathology reports as part of the Pathology Information, Terminology and Units (PITUS) project. A survey has been designed to gauge clinical opinion on the layout of pathology reports, particularly the question of identifying the … Continue reading