More than nine in 10 general practitioners and more than four in five pharmacies across Australia have registered for the My Health Record system.
Cenitex, the Victorian Government's shared-services ICT agency, is modernising its customers' networking, data and desktop environments.
Nurses will soon have access to new e-learning modules on My Health Record. The ADHA and ACN hope these will help improve MHR literacy and patient outcomes.
The Snowy Monaro Regional Council has selected Civica to facilitate the process of consolidating the disparate ICT systems inherited from three merged councils.
The Prime Minister has revealed plans to establish Services Australia, a new organisation within the DHS tasked with overhauling government service delivery.
The Western Australian Government has awarded two three-year Microsoft software supply deals with the company's largest Australian partner, Data#3.
Acting strategically and encouraging long-term thinking will result in AI-powered conversational channels that contextualise and personalise government services.
Tell your own story, interpret your own data, create the lens yourself and, above all else, be a trusted source, says LGAQ's Greg Hallam.
The US National Association of State CIOs and Integris Applied have published a new playbook for state CIOs looking to move to a multisourcing operating model.
The Western Australian Government will launch a pilot trial involving a one-stop portal for accessing government services offered by multiple agencies.
The ACT public health system is rolling out new digital technologies designed to improve safety, efficiency and patient outcomes.
The ACT Government is seeking public opinion on how digital technology could be used to improve the lives of all Canberrans.
The ATO will match purchase and sale data from cryptocurrency designated service providers against individuals' tax returns as part of a tax evasion crackdown.
The Victorian Government has pledged to contribute funding towards federal Labor's promised National Centre for Artificial Intelligence in Melbourne.