4 results for Pollock, M

  • National eReferrals Evaluation: Findings for Hutt Valley District Health Board

    Warren, James; White, S; Day, K; Pollock, M (2011-03)

    Report
    The University of Auckland Library

    The National Health IT Plan proposes an improved and rationalised health IT infrastructure for New Zealand that will ultimately support a transformed and more sustainable healthcare system. One of the core applications required by the plan is electronic referrals (eReferrals). This report provides results from the first of four in a series of evaluations of eReferral implementations in New Zealand. The evaluation, including this report, has been prepared by the National Institute for Health Innovation (NIHI) under commission of the National Health IT Board (NHITB).

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  • National eReferrals Evaluation: Findings for the Northland District Health Board

    Day, K; Gu, Y; Warren, James; White, S; Pollock, M (2011-06)

    Report
    The University of Auckland Library

    The National Health Information Technology Plan proposes an improved and rationalised health information technology (IT) infrastructure for New Zealand that will ultimately support a transformed and more sustainable healthcare system. One of the core applications required by the plan is electronic referrals (eReferrals). This report provides results from the second of four in a series of evaluations of eReferral implementations in New Zealand. The evaluation, including this report, has been prepared by the National Institute for Health Innovation (NIHI) under commission of the National Health IT Board (NHITB).

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  • Evaluating NZ Health Innovation Projects: eReferrals Evaluation

    Warren, James; Gu, Y; White, S; Day, K; Pollock, M (2011-06)

    Report
    The University of Auckland Library

    The National Health IT Plan proposes an improved and rationalised health IT infrastructure for New Zealand that will ultimately support a transformed and more sustainable healthcare system. One of the core applications required by the plan is electronic referrals (eReferrals). This report provides evaluation results from comparative analysis across four eReferral implementations in New Zealand at Hutt Valley District Health Board (HVDHB), Northland DHB (NDHB), Canterbury DHB (CDHB) and the Auckland metro region. The evaluation, including this report, has been prepared by the National Institute for Health Innovation (NIHI) under commission of the National Health IT Board (NHITB). Note that this report references the reports of the three underpinning studies that had been conducted at Hutt, Northland and Canterbury. Details of the Auckland implementation are included as an appendix. This report also references the health innovation evaluation framework that was produced concurrently with the study of eReferrals. NIHI would like to record our gratitude for the cooperation of all the people who actively assisted in this review. After appropriate review, this report will bear endorsement of NHITB, will be available on the Web, and global feedback will be encouraged. Core findings which may be relevant to health IT innovators globally will be prepared for submission to peer review with academic journals.

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  • National eReferrals Evaluation: Findings for the Canterbury Initiative

    Warren, James; Gu, Y; White, S; Day, K; Pollock, M (2011-06)

    Report
    The University of Auckland Library

    The National Health IT Plan proposes an improved and rationalised health IT infrastructure for New Zealand that will ultimately support a transformed and more sustainable healthcare system. One of the core applications required by the plan is electronic referrals (eReferrals). This report provides results from the third of fourth in a series of evaluations of eReferral implementations in New Zealand. The evaluation, including this report, has been prepared by the National Institute for Health Innovation (NIHI) under commission of the National Health IT Board (NHITB). NIHI would like to record our gratitude for the cooperation of all the people who actively assisted in this review. Direct quotations from participants are included in the report to support its conclusions where possible and are included with permission of the participants. Core findings which may be relevant to health IT innovators globally will be prepared for submission to peer review with an academic journal. Note that this evaluation, including its reporting and results dissemination, has been conducted in accordance with the Framework for Health IT Evaluation that has been developed by NIHI in parallel to conduct of these eReferral evaluations.

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