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My Health Record
You don’t need signed consent– Consent to create a My Health Record must be obtained, but it does not need to be recorded or retained.
You don’t have to upload. Just check the box– Practices can be assured that they can tick the check box regardless of whether they have a form or not as it is administrative and has no legal effect any more.
- Telehealth eligible areas
- Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine Telehealth resources (free membership required to access)
- While the practice incentives payments have ceased there are still many MBS item numbers for Telehealth consultations. You can determine your criteria eligibility before billing any Telehealth MBS items.
- Sunshine Coast Hospital and Health Service provide Telehealth consults between GP Clinics and their facilities. View the Cisco Jabber Installation Guide or contact the SCHHS Telehealth Coordinator via email firstname.lastname@example.org
My Health Record resources
- Everything you need to know to make My Health Record work for you and your patients
- Assisted Registration – A guide for Healthcare Provider Organisations
- My Health Record – Assisted Form Child
- My Health Record – Assisted Registration Form
- My Health Record presentation – Katrina Otto [PDF, 5MB]
- Fact sheet – Parents and Guardians of Persons 18 years and Under
- Fact Sheet – Carers
- Test My NASH Certificate
- Australian Digital Health Agency
- ePrescribing: requires Practice software to use either Medisecure and/or eRX as these are the two nationally compliant Prescription Exchange Providers
- Secure Messaging for GPs
- Argus and Healthlink are compliant Third Party Secure Messaging Provider solutions