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AEHRC Case studies list

We develop and deploy leading edge ICT innovations for Australian health care system

The Australian e-Health Research Centre works with our partners to deliver value to the Australian community. This page features some of the projects we have achieved or are working on with our partners. These case studies identify the challenge we were addressing, details of our approach to tackling the challenge and the results and outcomes.

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Powering national digital health infrastructure

The Challenge: Implementing clinical terminologies is difficult and costly The National Clinical Terminology Service, a collaboration between CSIRO and the Australian Digital Health Agency, is enabling Australia’s digital health...

December 7, 20180
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Predicting the risk of patient hospitalisation

The Challenge: Identifying at-risk patients for the Australian Government’s Health Care Homes trial The Australian Government’s stage one trial of Health Care Homes, which started in October 2017, aims to provide better...

December 7, 20180

AIBL- Longitudinal study of ageing

The Challenge: There is no knows cure for Alzheimer’s Disease The challenge is to define a set of biomarkers that are associated with the early identification of AD. By identifying biomarkers for the early identification of AD,...

November 5, 20180

Motor Neurone Disease and Dementia

  CSIRO is a partner in the Dementia Team Grant led by Prof Ian Blair at Macquarie University – one of only six funded applications. The Challenge: Uncovering the molecular mechanisms of Amyotrophic Later Sclerosis (ALS)....

July 31, 20180

RACS MALT goes SNOMED CT-native

The Challenge: Renewal software and terminology to support MALT initiative The Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (RACS) pursued a visionary e-health, future-proofed data environment for their members and stakeholders who...

July 20, 20180

Rehab App for Better Knee Replacement Recovery

The Australian e-Health Research Centre at CSIRO, together with Johnson & Johnson Medical Devices Australia, have designed and developed Activate TKR, an orthopaedic support technology platform, which comprises a mobile phone...

July 19, 20180

Social Robots to Support Children with Autism

The Challenge:  Finding ways to support children with autism to develop social interaction and communication skills For children on the autism spectrum, social interaction and communication can be significantly challenging....

June 5, 20180
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