The hot top 20: most-read stories on Pulse+IT in 2018

Despite the furore over the My Health Record opt-out process, it was mainly some large acute care IT system implementations and tenders that took our readers' fancy this year. My Health Record certainly appeared in the top 20 most-read stories, but it was activity at Telstra Health, Queensland Health and the Victorian DHHS that dominated.

EMR-linked doctor burnout, a breakthrough in secure messaging interoperability and the Australian Digital Health Agency floating the idea of re-platforming the technology underlying the My Health Record rounded the year out, along with the adventures of some digital health movers and shakers. But as is so often the case, it was Telstra Health that took the top spot.

1. Northern Beaches Hospital EMR signals Telstra Health's emergence from blue sky

2. Breakthrough for secure messaging following successful proof of concept trials

3. Opinion: There's incorrect data on My Health Record again and it needs to be fixed

4. Apple harnesses FHIR to link medical records to the iPhone

5. Victoria to fund $124m Epic roll-out at Parkville precinct

6. Opinion: Reflections of a health consumer with greater expectations

7. Monica Trujillo to leave digital health agency after two years

8. Queensland issues restricted tender for $210m+ PAS replacement

9. Queensland Health delays ieMR roll-out at Sunshine Coast HHS until 2019

10. Monica Trujillo and Michael Draheim head to Cerner

11. Home for dinner: how Australia can avoid EMR-linked doctor burnout

12. Govt puts Tyde's future in doubt by banning insurers from My Health Record data

13. ADHA to go to market for ideas on re-platforming My Health Record

14. Queensland Health goes to market for integrated referral management solution

15. Queensland Health to have 27 hospitals on Cerner digital stack by 2020

16. Neville Board named as Victoria's next chief digital health officer

17. DXC signs first customer for Health360 as ANZ journeys to value-based care

18. Telstra silent on future of health division as it announces major restructure

19. 15 successful bidders to share in $8.5m for My Health Record test bed trials

20. EPAS to be “significantly overhauled or scrapped”: report

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