Tenders and Offers

Here you will find information on current tenders and offers from the Australian Digital Health Agency.

Collaboration on digital enablement for Diagnostic Imaging and Pathology Services Offers

Responses for the Diagnostic Imaging and Pathology Services Offers closed as of Friday 7 July, 5PM AEST.

The Australian Digital Health Agency (the Agency) was established by the Australian Government in July 2016 to drive digital health for the Australian community. We are working with the Australian community, clinicians, researchers and industry to connect people and their clinicians, and ultimately, to improve health and care in our community. This year we are focusing on connecting people and information from general practice, community pharmacy, diagnostic imaging, pathology and hospitals.

We recognise the importance of consumers and health care providers having access to diagnostic information to support the transfer of care between healthcare settings.

Pathology and Diagnostic Imaging services are fundamental to the delivery of health care in Australia. The Agency work plan includes a specific deliverable to connect data feeds from public and private diagnostic imaging practices to the My Health Record system to make diagnostic imaging results more readily available to consumers and clinicians.

To achieve this vision, the Agency is partnering with pathology and diagnostic imaging software providers to accelerate the contribution the pathology and diagnostic imaging providers can make to a digitally-enabled healthcare system. This offer will support enhancement of their products, to allow uploading to the My Health Record system. We want to ensure providers can access people’s health records and share the vital information they hold with patients and other healthcare providers.

More information:

Media contact:
Mark Kinsela, Communications and Media
Mob: 0407 796 990, [email protected]

About the Australian Digital Health Agency
The Agency is tasked with improving health outcomes for all Australians through the delivery of digital healthcare systems and the national digital health strategy for Australia. The Agency was established on 1 July 2016 by the Australian Government as a statutory authority in the form of a corporate Commonwealth entity, and reports to all Australian governments through the COAG Health Council.

Vision for a connected Australian Health System - Strategic Interoperability Framework Request for Tender (RFT)

Australians and their clinicians want a seamless health system which delivers high quality, safe care through better sharing of information.

The Australian Digital Health Agency today has released a Request for Tender (RFT) to develop a Strategic Interoperability Framework for Australia.

Ms Bettina McMahon Executive General Manager, Government, Industry & Delivery will lead this important work, saying "Sharing patient information across the Australian healthcare system is a complex issue requiring the alignment of policy, workflow, patient information, even business models."

The Australian Digital Health Agency has a requirement for the provision of services to develop an interoperability strategy for the digital health ecosystem in Australia.

Responses to the RFT closed 11:00AM AEST on Monday 26 June 2017, with a procurement phase for the new system expected to commence in the middle of 2017.

More Information on the RFT can be found on the Agency website.