Murray PHN has partnered with the Australian Digital Health Agency to support provider readiness, communications and community engagement for the My Health Record Expansion across the Murray PHN region.
The purpose of the My Health Record Expansion Program is to bring forward the benefits of the My Health Record system, by delivering Opt Out participation arrangements for consumers.
The implemention of the Opt Out is anticipated to commence anytime soon with all Australians with a Medicare Card to have a My Health Record by end 2018.
As at 11 March, there are 5,632,149 individual registrations and 10,809 health care providers registered. Eighteen per cent of Victorians currently have a My Health Record. Record usage statistics include: 1,007,613 pathology reports, 13,751,462 prescription documents and 583,032 organ donors registered. Register for a My Health Record here.
An introductory overview
Privacy, security and legislation
- Privacy and security information for healthcare providers
- Information security guide for small healthcare businesses
- Healthcare providers’ legislative and procedural obligations
- Getting started with digital health
- General practice and using My Health Record
- My Health Record and ePIP – overview and tips
- Tracking your My Health Record Shared Health Summaries uploads using CAT4
- Improve your data quality for ‘active’ patients
- Shared Health Summary vs Event Summary
- Pharmaceutical Society of Australia – Digital Hub
- The Pharmacy Guild of Australia – My Health Record resources
Frequently asked questions (FAQs)
Self directed training
Recorded educational webinars
Clinical software and provider portal demonstrations
News and information
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For further help
- Digital Health Provider Contacts
- My Health Record helpline 1800 723 471
- If you can’t find what you are looking for, or if you need help implementing My Health Record at your practice email email@example.com
- Murray PHN would like to thank South Eastern Melbourne PHN for sharing their My Health Record resources.