Health Translation SA is leading a project that aims to better use healthcare data to improve patient care as people transition in and out of hospital (Primary and Acute Care Interface Data Project). Connecting General Practice and hospital Electronic Medical Record data is a pressing need of high priority to patients, carers and clinicians alike.
A half-day forum, run in collaboration with Digital Health SA, will be held on Thursday, April 29 at SAHMRI with GPs, hospital clinicians and members of the community who have experience as patients or carers in transitioning between hospital and community care settings.
The purpose of the forum is to identify and prioritise the expressed needs of GPs, hospital clinicians, and patients/carers regarding the real-time transfer of clinical information. These ‘user requirements’ will inform the technical solution developed or adopted.
If you are interested in representing general practice and providing advice around the needs of this sector, please send an expression of interest to firstname.lastname@example.org.
GPs will be reimbursed for their time.