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10-year plan to guide digital investment

NEWS - editor Rebecca McBeth

The Minister of Health will consider new investment in data and digital later this year, when Health New Zealand Te Whatu Ora delivers a new 10-year plan setting out the size and scale of investment needed for digital infrastructure.

Minister Reti tells eHealthNews that the Government recognises the need to invest in data and digital, and the new plan will mean the Government can “make informed decisions about putting resource where it will have the greatest impact”.

The May Budget recalled more than $330 million earmarked for data and digital health initiatives over the next five years.

However, it says data and digital funding will be returned pending work to prepare “investment-ready business cases for future investment”.

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