SA to pay $5m to continue using old patient records system

By Sarah Scopelianos The South Australian Government has had to make a multi-million-dollar settlement with a software company to keep using an outdated system to maintain patient records at country hospitals.The outdated system called CHIRON is based on the MS-DOS platform, which was invented before Microsoft Windows, and is still used at 64 country health sites in South Australia, including at the Mount Barker Hospital.
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