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In the final episode of HIMSS Australia Digital Dialogue Series hosted by Tim Kelsey Senior Vice President of HIMSS Analytics International and guest speakers- Dr Mukesh Haikerwal AC (GP in Melbourne, Former Chair of Council of the World Medical Association and Federal President of the Australian Medical Association, AC) , Bettina McMahon (Interim Chief Executive Officer at Australian Digital Health Agency), Leanne Wells (Chief Executive Officer, Consumers Health Forum of Australia) and Penny Shakespeare (Deputy Secretary, Health Financing, Australian Government Department of Health) reveal more about how COVID-19 has served as an impetus in driving the digital health agenda across

                      GPs are urging the Victorian Health Department to consult with them before coronavirus patients are released into the community, claiming potentially infectious people are being cleared to leave isolation while others without symptoms languish at home.   Source: The Age   https://amp.theage.com.au/national/victoria/potentially-infectious-victorians-cleared-to-leave-isolation-20200925-p55z4f.html?__twitter_impression=true

Supplies of N95 face masks for Victorian health care workers have reportedly fallen to "alarmingly low" levels and doctors are calling for action to ensure frontline workers are properly protected. Speaking on Today Altona GP and former President of the Australian Medical Association Dr Mukesh Haikerwal said the availability of adequate PPE equipment for health care workers varies from location to location. Source: 9News https://www.9news.com.au/national/coronavirus-victorian-doctors-call-for-action-on-face-mask-shortage/2a63e42f-0905-40a4-8eb6-182667cceece

A surge in COVID-19 cases around Altona North has prompted a group of local doctors, frustrated with Victoria's contact tracing system, to get together to manage positive coronavirus cases in their community. Led by former Australian Medical Association president Mukesh Haikerwal, the group from different practices reached out to the health department, the Hobson Bay council and community leaders to manage cases last Friday. Source: ABC News https://www.abc.net.au/news/2020-09-09/gps-altona-north-band-together-covid-19-surge-contact-tracing/12642014