Real-time surveillance for the early detection of e-health related adverse events [ 2013 - 2016 ]

Research Grant

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Researchers: Dr Mei-Sing Ong (Principal investigator)

Brief description Health care delivery has become increasingly dependent on information technology. There is growing concern about the risk of harm caused by e-health technology. Current methods for error detection are minimal, and healthcare software remains largely unregulated. This research aims to develop innovative surveillance technologies to provide real-time monitoring and to facilitate early detection of e-health generated adverse events, as a critical step to improve the safety of e-health technology.

Funding Amount $AUD 311,860.82

Funding Scheme Early Career Fellowships

Notes Public Health (Australia) ECF

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