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Budget 2022 invests more than $600m in data and digital health

HiNZ eHealthNews editor Rebecca McBeth

Budget 2022 signals investment of more than $600 million in data and digital health projects over the next four years.

This includes; $320 million on ‘health data, digital – foundations and innovation’; $125 million on ‘population health and disease management digital capability’; $10.8 million on the data and digital infrastructure to support the National Public Health Service; and $155 million for the Southern Health System Digital Transformation Programme.

Health Minister Andrew Little says Budget 2022 supports a shift towards a national system backed by modern technology and more secure IT platforms.

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