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Victorian Agency for Health Information

Date & Time

KPMG Australia 
Level 36, Tower 2 
727 Collins Street 
Docklands, VIC 3008


VHIMS state wide tender info

The Victorian Agency for Health Information (VAHI) is working with the Department of Health and Human Services (the Department) to establish a panel of suppliers for Victorian public health services not covered by VHIMS Central arrangements. The panel will cover VHIMS incident management systems, from which Victorian public health services may appoint a supplier to implement their preferred system.

Victorian public health services may also choose to remain with their current supplier or implement a new ‘off-the-shelf’ incident management system, providing it will allow the new VHIMS minimum dataset to be transmitted to VAHI by Application Programming Interface (API) technology.

The purpose of the forum is to present the proposed VHIMS incident management system options under consideration for the statewide tender. It will include:

  • an outline of the options for Victorian public health services in choosing their preferred incident management solution
  • a demonstration of the VHIMS Central Solution system, the new Department-built system
  • an outline of the timeframe for the statewide tender and opportunities for further input
  • a summary of the options to support discussion and decision-making at your health service.

At the end of the forum, there will be a for an opportunity to ask questions and experience the system from 2.00–4.30 pm.

If you are unable to attend, please forward this invitation to a relevant person who can represent your health service at the event.

For further information on the forum please contact Megan Goadby from the VAHI Safety and Surveillance team via

Have questions about Victorian Health Incident Management System (VHIMS) statewide tender information forum? Contact VAHI

Page last updated: 04 Jun 2019