Centre for eHealth—an interdisciplinary centre for eHealth service innovation and delivery, for commercialisation, for research, and to coordinate eHealth contribution across multiple existing teaching programme within AUT.
New Zealand is now preparing to make major advances in this areas, such as the intention to roll out patient portals for direct patient access to health records in more than half of GP practices in New Zealand by the end of 2014. There is clear, immediate and growing national and international demand for both expertise and capacity in eHealth. So the focuse of the group is to enable AUT to deliver eHealth solutions, as well as to evaluate their efficacy and innovate delivery models through research
The Center for EHealth bring together capabilities and expertise from across the entire university, involve multiple faculties, be vigorously interdisciplinary, and include both allied and academic staff with relevant expertise. This interdisciplinary will be a defining feature of the Centre for eHealth. The Centre would promote an integrated and transdisciplinary approach to the work it undertakes and coordinates, and will enable us to deliver eHealth solutions, as well as to evaluate their efficacy and innovate delivery models through research.
Stroke Riskometer - a mobile app that allows the users to assess, monitor and manage their risk of stroke. Crunchouse platform - predictive analytics system.