Department of Health

Electronic Medical Record Benefits Compendium

The Victorian Auditor General’s Office (VAGO) Clinical ICT Systems in Victorian Public Health sector report (2013) recommended that major ICT projects undergo review to “embed benefits realisation and evaluation into the project life cycles.”

Digital Health has worked with health services and developed a compendium of measures, supported by literature, to monitor benefits realised.

The Electronic Medical Record (EMR) Benefits Compendium is a suite of evidence-based measures designed to reduce the effort for health services when identifying and specifying EMR benefits. It will assist in the development of future EMR business cases, further validated benefit measures will be added as the evidence evolves

Reviewed 09 October 2023


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