Er oai dy moal er chell-lheiys
Shickyrys cyber as cooishyn reiree cheet magh dy ve doillee
Ta'n shirveishagh slaynt goaill rish nagh vel caghlaays e rheynn gys chell-lheiys er ve cho rea as v'ad treishteil hoshiaght.
Jannoo ymmyd jeh chagnoaylleeaght dy lhaggaghey y preays er couyryn, ta shen er ve dean strateyshagh yn Rheynn Slaynt as Kiarail y Theay neayr's y vlein 2015.
Va treisht oc dy jinnagh yn lheid as cummal co-whaiyl feeshagagh marish fir phrofeshoonagh y chiarail slaynt mygeayrt y theihll leodaghey feme er surransee troailt veih'n Ellan son quaaltyssyn.
Agh ta imnea mychione shickyrys cyber as reirey er chumrail goll er oai.
Ta David Ashford gra nagh vel yn eie scryssit magh - agh dy vel doolaneyn fo.
AS DAVID ASHFORD : Yn oyr dooin jannoo ymmyd jeh chell-lheiys, son y chooid smoo, shen er-coontey ny thieyn lheiys trass parteeas 'syn RU ta shin gymmydey. Son oyryn baghtal, ta coardailyssyn jeant lhieusyn, as veagh feme er caghlaa ayrnyn ny coardailyssyn shen dy ghoaill stiagh chell-lheiys neesht. Myr shoh, ta mee booishal dy row eh cho aashagh as jus troggal seose scape, foaddey cummal co-whaiyl feeshagagh as gra, "Immee shiu rhymboo," agh ta cooishyn elley 'sy chooylrey neesht, as er-lheh mychione sauchys chellinsh as data ny surransee.
Cyber security and administration issues proving problematic
The health minister admits his department's transition to telemedicine has not been as smooth as originally hoped.
Using technology to ease the strain on resources has been a strategic aim of the Department of Health and Social Care since 2015.
It was hoped the likes of video conferencing with healthcare professionals around the world would reduce the need for patients traveling off-Island for appointments.
But concerns over cyber security and administration have stalled progress.
David Ashford says the idea is not off the table - but there are hurdles to overcome.