"Cutting through": using health information technology for effective chronic care delivery /Publisher: Chippendale, N.S.W. Information Integrity Solutions 2009Description: 18 p. : illOther title: The Health Information Exchange ProjectSubject(s): Chronically Ill Care | Medical Care Evaluation | Health Care Services | Internet (computer Network) | Information Technology | Quality Of Health Care | Health Services Administration | Medical Treatment | Service Provision | Health ServicesOnline Resources: Electronic copy
Prepared by Information Integrity Solutions for the Health Information Exchange Sub-Committee to report to the Australian National Consultative Committee on eHealth. January 2009 Includes bibliographical references
This report was prepared by Information Integrity Solutions (IIS) for the Health Information Exchange Sub-Committee to report to the Australian National Consultative Committee on eHealth (ANCC on eHealth). It was prepared in response to the increasing need to cut through the difficult issues arising in relation to chronic care and to find a sustainable, effective and efficient solution. This solution has so far eluded the many organisations and interests, including government despite significant funds and effort being exerted on the problem. Global Access Partners (GAP) facilitated and oversaw the stakeholder consultation process and IIS conducted the research and prepared the report.