Digital Health Specialist Toolkit – Information Session for PHNs and Clinical Peak organisations
The Digital Health Specialist Toolkit is designed to provide resources that support the adoption of digital health by specialists and their teams in private practice. Please click on the link below to register your interest for this session.
We hope you can join the interactive session focusing on:
Date: 3 February 2021
Time: 10:30 AEST / 11:30am AEDT / 8:30am AWST
Duration: 1 hour
The Agency has also developed this survey to capture your feedback on the content and usability of the toolkit, to inform continuous improvement. The survey closes on 12 February 2021. There is also an opportunity to provide feedback via an interview. Please notify Josh Warlow (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you are happy to be interviewed. Please also extend this invitation to any interested medical specialist staff who will be remunerated for their time.
Webinar for specialist practices
Please also find below the details of the webinar for healthcare providers for sharing with your networks. During this webinar we will also be promoting the Digital Health Specialist Toolkit:
Digital health tools for specialist practices – panel discussion
The Australian Digital Health Agency is pleased to be hosting an interactive webinar focusing on digital health technologies for private specialists and practice staff, including My Health Record, telehealth, electronic prescribing and secure messaging. A panel of experts will be fielding questions and discussing how digital health can enable improved decision support and continuity of care.
Date: Tuesday 16 February 2021
Time: 7pm AEDT
Duration: 1 hour
Registration link: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/8992708103771565579
On July 6 2020, Services Australia passed on information about upgrades to their digital health and aged care channels. These channels are being upgraded to web services technology.
By 13 March 2022, web services compatible software will need to be used to access:
The following fact sheets have been provided by Services Australia to assist with outlining what is affected by these changes:
The following three PRODA factsheets have recently been released to assist in the registration process:
For further information on the My Health Record registration process, please click here.
The Australian Digital Health Agency has a series of resources available to assist with specialists and their practice managers who are interested in registering with My Health Record:
Did you know that as of April 2020 there are 22.75 million individual My Health Records with over 1.95 billion documents uploaded service-wide?
If you’re interested in the facts of My Health Record and the way that it is evolving digital health systems in Australia, please check out the My Health Record Statistics page here.