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National consultation gains momentum
- Created on Monday, 14 November 2016
The Australian Digital Health Agency's national consultation on digital health is continuing with a number of events taking place this week.
Forums for both clinicians/healthcare providers and consumers are being held in Adelaide, Brisbane, and Emerald (QLD). To see details and to register, visit Your health. Your say.
The Australian Digital Health Agency was created in July 2016 by the Australian Government to drive the development and delivery of Australia's digital health. To help describe what digital health looks like now and in the future, the organisation is consulting with the general public, clinicians, healthcare providers and funders.
The findings from the national consultation will be used to develop a national digital health strategy for delivery to Government in 2017.
You can also participate online via a survey at website: https://conversation.digitalhealth.gov.au/. The survey is open until Tuesday 31 January 2017 at 5pm AEDST. Submissions are also welcome.
On Twitter? Use the hashtag #YourhealthYoursay and share your stories.