CRCNA Project Summary

This project aims to develop a simpler, more robust (reliable with inbuilt backup-systems) and affordable telehealth system using NBN satellite connectivity and a range of telecommunications and diagnostic tools to enhance telehealth access and use in remote Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisations (ACCHOs).

The project team will develop and pilot innovative technological solutions; a telehealth-specific Sky Muster product, a new Telehealth Video Conferencing System, and a range of support tools; for telehealth implementation for seven additional remote Aboriginal communities.

This project is focused on three areas:

1. Internet connectivity: The development of an NBN Sky Muster product specifically designed for telehealth. 

2. Telehealth Video System: The development of a reliable, simple, cost effective, and easy to use Telehealth Video System (TVS) using a combination of hardware (computers, smart phones, cameras) and software (such as video conferencing tools) that will work well with NBN Sky Muster.

3. Operator Capacity: Development of training, support, trouble-shooting and messaging tools for Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisations (ACCHOs).