In Australian general practice, clinical information systems (CISs) have become a vital tool in the delivery of safe and high-quality healthcare and good practice management.
The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) has announced a new project that will see the college working closely with GPs and software developers to ensure CISs are useable, secure, interoperable, and ultimately fit-for-purpose.
RACGP President Dr Bastian Seidel said the project is aimed at opening a dialogue between the medical community and software vendors.
“GPs and clinical software developers both share a vision for high-functioning and usable clinical software systems which will help general practices deliver efficient and high-quality care”.
[Source: Australian Digital Health Agency]