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Queensland Health will need $440 million to replace obsolete patient system

by Pallavi Singhal •
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Queensland’s Auditor-General has recommended that the State’s Health Department give priority to replacing its soon-to-be unsupported Hospital Based Corporate Information System (HBCIS), at an estimated project cost of $440 million.

In his latest report to parliament, Auditor General Andrew Greaves revealed that the patient administration system, used across State...

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