Category: e-Health Ready

Blogs about e-Health readiness and conformance in Australia e.g. NEHTA, Medicare Locals, Secure Messaging Delivery (SMD), Personally Controlled Electronic Health Records (PCEHR), Tele-Health etc…

Anoop (Andy) Veerlapati Circle Author Overlay

Posted by Anoop (Andy) Veerlapati, April 3rd, 2017

Most Australian businesses use some kind of scheduling, contact management and communication software e.g. Microsoft Office/ 365, Google Apps etc…on a variety of devices e.g. PC/ Mac, Tablet/ iPad, Smart Phone, in running their businesses electronically anytime and from anywhere. However, within the Australian Allied Health sector there are a number of important requirements that… Read More

Matthew O'Carroll Circle Author Overlay

Posted by Matthew O'Carroll, March 22nd, 2017

Category: e-Health Ready

Well I wouldn’t blame you for thinking that; over the years a lot of GPs have taken up secure messaging services, while other healthcare providers have had much lower adoption. This probably has a lot to do with health informatics, clinical risk and financial incentives being more developed for GPs and incentivising secure messaging software… Read More

John (Yianni) Serpanos Circle Author Overlay

Posted by John (Yianni) Serpanos, November 11th, 2015

Australian eHealth is building momentum. But what does it all mean for Allied Health professionals? 1. What’s the current situation with eHealth in Australia, in context of Allied Health? By now most health practitioners have heard about eHealth.  Although it’s been mostly focused on the members of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP)… Read More