New patient portal to improve outcomes

Investments made by the HSE in IT over the last 12 months should lead to improved cost efficiency in 2017

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent @emmetjryan
4th December, 2016
Richard Corbridge, HSE, speaking at eHealth showcase

Technology has a major role to play in improving the customer experience of patients in the health sector, and should also drive cost reductions, according to the Health Service Executive’s technology guru.

Investments made by the HSE in IT over the last 12 months should lead to improved cost efficiency in 2017, according to Richard Corbridge, chief information officer at the HSE and chief executive of eHealth.

“In 2016, we’ve deployed the building blocks such...

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