ZDNet Australia is reporting that ACT Health Minister Katy Gallagher has decided to travel to Denmark and Norway in August to learn about the countries’ e-health systems.
- “Scandinavia is considered a leader in e-health and design of health facilities,” Gallagher said in a statement. She hoped to gain some pointers for the territory’s e-health investment, which amounted to $90 million in this year’s budget.
“In order to deliver a project of the scale and complexity of the CADP, it’s important that ACT Health draw on international expertise and learn from the world’s best,” Gallagher said.
[ED – Ms Gallagher’s statement is available]