It Rather Looks Like The South Australian ePAS Program Is Nearing Some Final Outcome.

These appeared last week:First:SA Health review: EPAS must be overhauled or scrappedAdam Langenberg, Political reporter, The AdvertiserSeptember 26, 2018 6:56pmTHE health system ’s trouble-plagued electronic patient record system will be overhauled or scrapped altogether, after an SA Health review “confirmed” concerns about its operation.Three health experts will determine if issues with the electronic patient administration system (EPAS) can be “addressed adequatel y” after a review found it couldn’t proceed in its current form.SA Health chief executive Chris McGowan said the panel would also consider whether the problems were so significant that EPAS needs to be scrapped entirely.“The independent expert panel will now look at options regarding the futur e of theEPAS roll out and will be consulting with stakeholders on the options,” SA Health chief executive Chris McGowan said.“The expert panel needs to determine if the issues raised with EPAS can be addressedadequately in order for it... This is the initial part of the post - read more by clicking on the title of the article. David.
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