eHealth training lacking for medical workforce

Pulse IT has an article covering a University of Queensland study into the eHealth skills of Australian medical graduates. It found that the Health workforce in Australia was not being adequately educated in eHealth which could result in an absence of drivers for change or innovation in the industry. This finding emphasises the fact that while at a strategic level eHealth and health practice are interlocked, at a practitioner level there are still significant gaps in eHealth the understanding.

https://www.pulseitmagazine.com.au/australian-ehealth/4681-crowded-curriculum-means-ehealth-training-lacking-for-medical-workforce