Evaluation of the Broadband for Health program.

An evaluation of the Broadband for Health (BFH) program was undertaken to assess its effectiveness and to inform the development of future eHealth policy and programs.

Page last updated: 08 December 2010

The BFH program was a $69 million program to encourage the uptake of secure, business-grade broadband by general practitioners, Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services, GP Afterhour locations, Royal Flying Doctors Service and community pharmacies nation­wide. The program commenced in August 2004 and concluded on 31 December 2007.

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