HealthLink connects more than 15,000 medical organisations across Australia and New Zealand and exchanges over 100 million clinical messages annually.
We were established in 1993 as a result of the New Zealand government’s health reforms and have been developing solutions and services that facilitate the exchange of clinical information since that time.
Our focus is to provide certainty to healthcare organisations that their patients information has been successfully handled. We enable the electronic delivery of pathology and radiology results, referrals, clinical documents and discharge summaries.
HealthLink provides a large managed security infrastructure and is a pioneer in the development of ‘cloud-based’ online forms technology that is used for ordering pathology services and for referring patients to hospitals and other secondary care services.
HealthLink is a Clanwilliam Company. We’re a part of a wide network of healthcare enterprises across the United Kingdom, Ireland, New Zealand, Australia and India. Together, we’re working collectively to create safer, more efficient and better healthcare for everyone.
‘The HealthLink Service’
Is launched by a subsidiary of Telecom New Zealand, Begins delivery pathology results to 100 general practices.
The HealthLink Service
is purchased from Telecom NZ and set up as a stand-alone operation with 1 full time employee.
Progressively until 2000
HealthLink adds new services including electronic links to ACC and Healthpac.
Discharge summaries and specialist letters (RSD) added.
Becomes New Zealand’s largest private network (in any sector).
Services converted to the Internet.
100% of New Zealand’s GPs (approximately 3,000) connected via HealthLink. Enters Australian market with Gold Coast Medical Imaging.
Electronic laboratory result reporting service established in Western Australia.
HealthLink services used to populate the New Zealand National Child Immunisation Register (NIR). Decision made to launch a new range of HealthLink online services based on SmartForms technology, starting in New Zealand with Electronic Special Authorities (ESA).
5,000 sites in Australia. First Hospital eReferrals project launches in Hutt Valley, New Zealand
Auckland’s three District Health Boards buy HealthLink’s third generation Hospital eReferrals service.
First CareInsight pilot live in Hawkes Bay, New Zealand. eLab online electronic laboratory ordering system launches in Wellington.
CareSelect GP-specialist eReferrals service launches in Auckland.
Auckland Hospital eReferrals passes 1,000 eReferrals per day milestone.
HealthLink joins the Dublin based Global healthcare technology specialist,
HealthLink is committed to the use of open standards and to inoperability with other solution providers and uses an open standards based, vendor-neutral architecture.
Healthlink is an accredited member of the following organisations:
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.
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.
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.
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.
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