The DIIG is made up of leading digital health industry organisations who provide software solutions and services that are digital interoperability enablers in New Zealand's health sector. Digital interoperability enablers relate to software and services that are considered to be core and important to the operation of health information technology systems. This includes (but not limited to) digital identity, security, privacy, standards, data governance, and foundational systems.
The DIIG engages collaboratively across the sector to provide leadership, strategic advice, guidance, and advocates for the advancement of sustainable, secure solutions that enable the delivery of effective and efficient health and disability services. Members of the DIIG have the opportunity to be involved in cross-sector activities with health providers (i.e. DHBs, PHOs), policy-makers (MOH), and sector advisory bodies (e.g., HISO) to provide and receive up-to-date information and knowledge.
The DIIG meets virtually on the first Wednesday of every second month at 11am.