A Request for Information (RFI) inviting contributions to a conversation about the future of the national infrastructure managed or operated by the Australian Digital Health Agency, including My Health Record was released on 26 September 2019.
The Agency conducted a briefing on the RFI for industry on Wednesday 16 October 2019. The video of this briefing can be viewed below.
During the briefing a number of questions and answers were provided and can be viewed as part of the video (refer to timestamp 00.55.27.00). Additional questions and answers will be uploaded to AusTender.
The RFI process will close on 3 December 2019, with submissions being provided through AusTender. Participants can ask questions up to 1 November 2019 by emailing NIM.Co[email protected] these questions and answers will also be uploaded to Austender.
|00.00.08.02||Bettina McMahon ADHA CCO - Introductions|
|00.04.49.18||Steve Renouf - Acknowledgement of Country / Personal Journey|
|00.10.33.20||Video (ADHA Health, Impacts & Benefits)|
|00.12.26.00||Tim Kelsey ADHA CEO - Opportunities and aspirations|
|00.25.00.00||Panel 1. Perspectives|
|Penny Shakespeare (Dept Health)|
|Leanne Wells (Consumer Health Forum)|
|Shane Jackson (Pharmaceutical Society of Australia)|
|Steve Renouf (Indigenous Consumer Representative)|
|00.46.56.00||Ronan O’Connor (ADHA CIO) - RFI Process|
|00.55.27.00||Panel 2. Q&A|
|Steven Issa (ADHA CDO)|
|Meredith Makeham (ADHA CMA)|
|Ronan O’Connor (ADHA CIO)|
|Daniel McCabe (1st Assistant Secretary Dept Health)|
|Garth McDonald (ADHA GM Tech Delivery & Projects)|
|Anthony Kitzelmann (ADHA GM Cyber Security & ICT)|