About Us

Our Accreditations

HealthLink is committed to the use of open standards and to interoperability with other solution providers and uses an open standards based, vendor-neutral architecture.

HealthLink is a accredited member of the following organisations:

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Health Informatics Society of Australia
"HISA members share a common passion for health reform enabled by health informatics and digital health. Health informatics is the science and practice around information in health that leads to informed and assisted health care. ‘Informed’ here means ‘that the right information about the subject (consumer, patient or population) together with relevant health knowledge, is available at the right time and in a form that allows it to be used."

http://www.hisa.org.au/
 
 
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HL7 Australia

"HL7 Australia (HL7.au) is a not-for-profit, membership-based organization that supports the creation and effective use of health informatics standards in Australia. It is the local affiliate of HL7 International. Members of HL7 Australia are representative of those using and benefiting from HL7 Standards in Australia. They make an important and significant contribution to the work of HL7 International and global health informatics standards development more generally."

http://www.hl7.org.au/

 
 
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Medical Software Industry of Australia

"With the increase in government Health Information Management initiatives such as Health Online, MSIA has become increasingly active in representing the interests of all healthcare software providers. It is representative on a range of forums, working groups and committees on behalf of its members, and has negotiated a range of important changes with government and other stakeholders."

http://msia.com.au/

 

 

 NZHIT

 New Zealand Health IT

"We are an independent, representative organisation that advocates on behalf of our members and the health sector to decision-makers, policy setters and strategic planners for improved health services enabled by smart technology-based solutions.  We have a well established working relationship with the Ministry of Health and we act as the primary conduit of information and views between the health technology sector and Government. We also have a number of strategic collaborations with key stakeholder groups including the National Health IT Board, NZ Trade & Enterprise, Callaghan Innovations, Ministry of Business, Innovation & Enterprise, leading Universities, research institutions and innovation hubs."

http://www.healthit.org.nz/

 

 

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 Health Informatics New Zealand

"Health Informatics New Zealand (HiNZ) is a national, not-for-profit organisation that supports the field of health informatics. The organisation was founded in 2000 and is an incorporated society with a volunteer elected board and a paid management team. HiNZ members include clinicians, IT professionals, health sector managers, government, industry, academics, students, and other NGOs. HiNZ builds and strengthens connections between these groups and encourages the sharing of ideas across the sector."

http://www.hinz.org.nz/

 



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