National Health Information Strategy
High-quality information lies at the heart of all good decisions concerning health. Health information must be relevant and accessible to all those who require it, must be presented in the most useful formats and must utilise the power of information and communications technology (ICT) to the full in its collection and dissemination. Good information empowers us all. This applies equally to consumers, health professionals, researchers, managers and policy makers.Widespread availability and use of health information will mean better informed public and patients, improved service delivery, enhanced quality and efficiency and well-targeted planning.
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