Please find below a number of articles directly relating to the work of the Monash Alliance or the independent work of some of its members.

Current patient and healthcare worker attitudes to eHealth and the personally controlled electronic health record in major hospitals

Volume 46, Issue 6, June 2016, Pages: 717–722, R. Armani, L. E. Mitchell, J. Allen-Graham, N. R. Heriot, T. Kotsimbos and J. W. Wilson
Version of Record online: 3 JUN 2016, DOI: 10.1111/imj.13086

Figure 1 Summary of current state of eHealth adoption by consumers in surveyed healthcare services.


Electronic health records and online medical records: an asset or a liability under current conditions?

Aust Health Rev. 2017 Jan 20. doi: 10.1071/AH16095. [Epub ahead of print] 
Allen-Graham JMitchell L, Heriot N Armani RLangton DLevinson M, Young A Smith JAKotsimbos TWilson JW.

Fig 1: Number of medical records and discharge summaries for 40 patients at each site containing information on (a) allergies, (b) adverse drug events (ADEs), (c) medical history, (d) surgical history and (e) patient information (for details, see Table 1). The question mark in (b) indicates that the true number of ADEs is unknown as this information is not always recorded.


1.Cystic fibrosis project to trial WebRTC and shared EHR


The Victorian government is funding a new project to improve access to care for people with cystic fibrosis living in regional areas, using a combination of technologies including WebRTC-enabled telehealth, remote monitoring devices and a shared electronic health record.

Read more at PulseIT.

2. Perceived benefits of ehealth implementations to healthcare workers and patients

ehealth implementations  Picture Ambrose, H., M. Braithwaite, et al. (2011). "Perceived benefits of ehealth implementations to healthcare workers and patients." Telecommunications Journal of Australia 61: 4.

3.Potential telemedicine benefits of high speed broadband

telemedicine  Monash University. (2011). "Potential telemedicine benefits of high speed broadband."