CSC Strikes Deal with Australia Defense on eHealth Project

CSC (NYSE: CSC) signed a five-year IT deal to develop and implement an electronic health information system for the Australian Defence Force called Joint eHealth Data and Information.

According to the firm, “CSC will deliver a mature, centralized, web-accessible, military specific, primary care solution known as EMIS into the Defence Information Environment.”

“The JeHDI system represents one of the first comprehensive eHealth record projects across Australia and will support the needs of modernizing the Defence organization, ” said Gavin Larkings, president of CSC in Australia. “This project is an important example of a modernized health system optimizing the use of eHealth technologies to provide the right healthcare at the right time in the right place. JeHDI is a significant project for Defence and we foresee it as a showcase for Australia’s eHealth evolution.”

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