The National E-Heath Transition Authority (NEHTA) has halted the implementation of primary care desktop software development at a number of lead implementation sites for the $466.7 million Personally Controlled Electronic Health Record (PCEHR) project.
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Telstra has begun offering post-paid wholesale 3G services on its Next G network to resellers
The University of Technology, Sydney (UTS) is on the lookout for a CIO to head up its IT department and implement new initiatives as part of a $1 billion upgrade to the university.
The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) detailed its plan for the lead up to its ‘Digital Dividend’ auction of Australia’s 700MHz spectrum at the end of 2012.
The NSW Department of Premier and Cabinet (DPC) has appointed Emily Morgan as its CIO on a six-month contract to facilitate and run a project across its IT infrastructure.
The National E-Health Transition Authority (NeHTA) will maintain its current design for personal e-health records despite acknowledging concerns that increased consumer control over health information could potentially result in poorer health outcomes for patients.
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IT services company, CSG (ASX: CSV), has put to bed any potential acquisitions, following a non-binding off-market offer in September, citing the process was not in the best interest of its shareholders.
The NSW Department of Family and Community Services have appointed Tim Hume, from the state’s department of health, to the role of CIO.
Victoria-based Brighton Grammar School is no stranger to a significant ICT project, with the school currently in the process of replacing textbooks with tablets to provide a more interactive and collaborative way of learning and teaching.
A Katoomba-based hospital has kicked off a trial under which it will share electronic discharge summaries with GPs and vice versa, ahead of the Federal Government’s Personally Controlled Electronic Health Record (PCEHR) launch in July 2011.
After a tumultuous year for Australian retailers, the industry’s national body has formed a five year managed print services partnership with Upstream Print Solutions in an effort to cut costs internally and for its members.
Record numbers of NSW voters used the state electoral commission’s e-voting system, iVote, to cast their ballot in the recent by-election for the seat of Clarence. The number of voters who employed iVote in the electorate more than doubled compared to the March state election.
The Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) has flagged plans to replace its existing “unreliable” PABX-based systems with an internet protocol (IP) based voice communication system.