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Use of clinical software differs greatly among providers

Source: Australian Ageing Agenda

A research project led by the aged care sector’s technology peak body has identified high rates of data duplication, the need for standardised terminology and almost 300 unique clinical software vendors in residential aged care.

The report Residential Aged Care Use of Clinical Care Systems produced by the Aged Care Industry Information Technology Council in collaboration with the Australian Digital Health Agency was released on Thursday. It identifies the need for aged care providers to develop comprehensive data-related policies and procedures as they move to implement the royal commission’s recommendation for the universal adoption of digital clinical care technology and the My Health Record.

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