eHealth Queensland initiatives
eHealth Queensland enables the delivery of health services to the community, supporting the information technology needs of the State’s 16 Hospital and Health Services and the Department of Health.
eHealth Queensland’s key functions include:
- Develop and provide advice on state-wide eHealth innovation, strategy, planning, standards, architecture and governance.
- Deliver clinical, corporate and infrastructure ICT programs in line with the eHealth Queensland vision and investment priorities.
- Provide modern ICT infrastructure and customer support for desktop, mobile, smart devices, telehealth, data centres, network and security.
For all eHealth Queensland enquiries, email us at eHealth-Comms@health.qld.gov.au
Integrated electronic medical record (ieMR)
Replacing paper-based clinical charts, the integrated electronic Medical Record (ieMR) allows healthcare professionals to simultaneously access and update patient information.
The Viewer collates data from multiple Queensland Health systems, enabling healthcare professionals, including general practitioners, to access patients' information quickly.
Telehealth is transforming the way Queensland Health cares for rural and remote patients, enabling them to attend appointments close to home.
We're making it easier for Queensland Health staff to work on the move - from patient to patient; office to office; meeting to meeting; and at home.
My Health Record (national electronic health record)
A secure online summary of an individual’s important health information, including allergies, medical conditions and treatments, prescribed medications and test or scan reports.