Qld and NZ to share health data

The governments of Queensland and New Zealand have signed an agreement to share health data, IT procurement, strategies, and planning. I think this might open up the way for NZ to share the NEHTA CKM. By this way Aussie and Kiwi clinicians can collaboratively create reusable clinical concepts – hence hope for trans-Tasman interoperability! As openEHR NZ we are against setting up a separate CKM instance for NZ, this is recipe for divergence.

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