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Citation Edit

National Health Information Management Advisory Council (NHIMAC), Health OnLine: A Health Information Action Plan for Australia (1999) (2d ed. 2001) (not available online).

Overview Edit

This publication was "Australia's initial launch of a national strategic information action plan. The second edition of Health Online 2001 recognised the progress made and refined priorities going forward. In particular, it catalogued progress in achieving national collaboration; in laying sound foundations (privacy, security, standards, infrastructure, training to encourage technology uptake and best practice sharing); in empowering consumers and communities for better health management; in supporting clinical care; and in using information to build a more efficient and effective healthcare system."[1]

Second Edition Edit

"The second edition of Health Online 2001 recognised the progress made and refined priorities going forward. In particular, it catalogued progress in achieving national collaboration; in laying sound foundations (privacy, security, standards, infrastructure, training to encourage technology uptake and best practice sharing); in empowering consumers and communities for better health management; in supporting clinical care; and in using information to build a more efficient and effective healthcare system."[2]

References Edit

  1. The Boston Consulting Group, "National Health Information Management and Information & Communications Technology Strategy" (Apr. 2004) (full-text).
  2. Id. at 21.

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