Three DHBS lined up for New Zealand's largest ICT research project

Fiona Rotherham
Wed, 05 Oct 2016

By Fiona Rotherham Oct. 5 (BusinessDesk) - Precision Driven Health, New Zealand’s largest ICT research project, officially kicked off in Auckland today with the country’s largest district health board involved, while two other DHBs are poised to get involved in the public/private partnership. The $37.8 million programme involves listed healthcare system software developer Orion Health, the University of Auckland, and the Waitemata DHB, with Counties and Canterbury DHBs about to join. The goal of the seven-year research programme is to...

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