My Health Record
An initiative of the federal government, My Health Record is a secure online summary of an individual’s health information and is available to all Australians. Health care professionals authorised by their organisation can access My Health Record to view and add patient health information.
Updated Health Records
Through the My Health Record system, authorised health care professionals can access timely information about their patients such as shared health summaries, discharge summaries, prescription and dispense records, pathology reports and diagnostic imaging reports. This allows them to have the most up-to-date information on their patients which is important, especially in an emergency situation.
As a patient, community members can control what goes into their My Health Record and who is allowed to access this information. Individuals can choose to share their health information with their doctors, hospitals and other health care professionals.
To learn more about My Health Record, click here.
Training and resources
To learn more about the benefits of using My Health Record in clinical practice, watch the video below featuring local Bendigo psychiatrist, Doug Bromeley.
- Information and fact sheets
- An introduction to the National Provider Portal and My Health Record for specialists webinar (24 May 2022 recording)
- An introduction to Genie and My Health Record for specialists webinar (17 May 2022 recording)
The Australian Digital Health Agency offers numerous educational opportunities for a range of professions including community health and pharmacy, emergency department, general practice and nursing staff. To access, click here.
How we can help
We have resources to assist health care providers connect to the My Health Record system, and can also help with education and training to use the system effectively. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for support.
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Page last updated 9 May 2022