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Cloud Computing for Primary Care. Moving to the cloud- the benefits of using cloud computing – A theoretical perspective and case studies. Agenda. Cloud Region Overview ProCare: Standardising Desktops and ICT Services for their Members

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Cloud computing for primary care

Cloud Computing for Primary Care

Moving to the cloud- the benefits of using cloud computing – A theoretical perspective and case studies


Agenda
Agenda

  • Cloud Region Overview

  • ProCare: Standardising Desktops and ICT Services for their Members

  • Ministry of Health: Why did we support a Hosted IT Project for Pacific Providers.

  • Questions and Answers

  • Close




Hosting capabilities required for primary care
Hosting Capabilities required for Primary care


Existing health clients
Existing Health Clients

  • MoH Pacific Health

  • ProCare

  • Whanau Ora Clients

  • DHBNZ

  • Dr Info

  • CCREP

  • In Charge Manawanui

  • GP Clinics

  • Community Social Service organisations


Strategic links
Strategic links

  • Primary Care: GPNZ

    • GPNZ/PHO (e.g ProCare)

    • Pacific Health

    • IFHC

    • Whanau Ora

  • Secondary Care

    • Health Alliance

    • Primary and Secondary Integration


Advantages for primary care
Advantages for Primary Care

  • Enabler for collaboration in a secure and safe environment

  • Changing the way Primary care access, capture and manage Health information benefiting the patient.

  • Improved IT maintenance, service and long term cost savings


Applying cloud computing in primary care
Applying Cloud Computing in Primary Care

  • Ongoing IT costs more effectively

  • Providing Collaboration environments for GP Clinics and PHOs.

  • Provide Primary Care options around PMS Software (2Onions are agnostic).

  • Standardised Desktop

  • Standardised Security requirements

  • Disaster Recovery/Backup for all our clients.


Introducing procare dr karl cole

Introducing ProCare: Dr Karl Cole

Currently working as Clinical Director of Information for ProCare Health Limited, a large primary care management services organisation, as well as 5/10s clinical practice. Recently retired from the NZ Army, after 10 years involving deployments to East Timor, Bali and others. Experience in information systems started as Clinical Director of the NZ Defence Force Electronic Record project and online recruiting for NZ Army.


Introducing ministry of health dr api talimaitoga

Introducing Ministry of Health: Dr Api Talimaitoga

Dr Api Talemaitoga joined the Ministry in July 2008 and has a wealth of experience both in New Zealand and across the Pacific. His role is to help make health services and the system more responsive to the health needs of Pacific populations living in New Zealand.Api is also practicing once a week as a General Practitioner for the Normans Road Surgery in Christchurch. He has contributed to the National Health Committee's advice on the management of Long Term Conditions, worked in the Pacific both as personal physician to Fijian leaders and, more recently across the Melanesian and Polynesian region facilitating access to specialist services in New Zealand and other countries. Api also served on the Board of the Canterbury District Health Board in 2000-1. .



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