The eHealth Strategy aims to create ‘a digitally enabled and integrated system delivering patient-centred health experiences and quality health outcomes’ in NSW.
NSW Health is considering options to develop a Single Digital Patient Record (SDPR), which will provide a holistic, state-wide view of a patient’s health care information. The SDPR will support safe, high-quality healthcare for patients and a more consistent ICT user experience for healthcare providers.
To support development of this strategic initiative, eHealth NSW is now seeking to engage the market through an open Request for Information (RFI). This will help to inform any future business case development and enable industry to offer valuable input into the SDPR initiative.
The RFI will outline the current NSW Health electronic medical record (EMR) landscape and overall vision for the SDPR. This will also include key considerations for future directions and options.
NSW Health is seeking input regarding solutions, services, and experiences that your organisation can provide to support this direction. This is expected to include key products, services, approaches, costs, options and lessons learnt from previous experiences.
States and Territories: ACT, NT, QLD, SA, TAS, VIC, WA
This RFI is not expected to lead to the award of a contract, or the award details will be advertised elsewhere. Please telephone or email the contact officer for details
Additional Details / Instructions
The RFI industry briefing will be held on Tuesday 20th August 2019 at The Zenith Theatre in Chatswood NSW from 11am to 12.30pm.
To register to attend the event in person, please copy the below link into your browser to register:
Please limit attendees from each organisation to a maximum of 3.
Please note that the event will be recorded. This recording will be made available with RFI documentation when it is released at a later date.
Seeking to engage with both Local and International Vendors, Health Care providers, and experienced providers who can assist on this journey
Covered Procurement Details
This opportunity may be subject to one or more of the following international procurement agreements which contain provisions regarding government procurement:
• Australia – United States Free Trade Agreement
• Australia – Chile Free Trade Agreement
• Korea – Australia Free Trade Agreement
• Japan – Australia Economic Partnership Agreement
• Singapore – Australia Free Trade Agreement