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National Data Platform to 'simplify and unify' data environments

NEWS - editor Rebecca McBeth

Te Whatu Ora has released a call for Registrations of Interest (ROI) for a partner to design and implement a National Data Platform, which will “simplify and unify” the health system’s data environments.

The ROI document says Te Whatu Ora is “seeking to establish a nationally consistent system of data capture, analytics and intelligence that supports the use of health intelligence and insights to ensure equity of access and outcomes from all health services across Aotearoa New Zealand”.

Core to this is a federated data platform, made up of a suite of integrated technology products, which has at its centre national datasets organised into an integrated, conformed data model, called a National Data Platform (NDP), it says.

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