Electronic Medication Management

Pharmacist with laptop computer and medication in the pharmacy store
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eHealth NSW’s eMR Connect Program is implementing electronic medication management (eMeds) in 178 hospitals across metropolitan, regional and rural NSW.

Find out more about the eMR Connect Program.

NSW TAG’s involvement and contribution to the eMR Program is focussed on safety and quality, and clinical engagement.  NSW TAG Chairman, Professor Chris Liddle, is a member of the eMR Connect Program Steering Committee. NSW TAG also provides a Project Officer to work within the eMR Connect Program to promote the principles of the quality use of medicines in the design and delivery of eMeds systems in NSW.

eMeds will transform the way that medicines are managed in NSW public hospitals, and presents an exciting opportunity for NSW TAG members to be involved. Please contact Lisa Shaheen.

Guiding Principles


NSW EMM procurement

  • $536 Million Heralds eHealth Revolution in NSW

    June 2017

    Media Release