In this edition of Share we bid farewell to our CEO Tim Kelsey with a wrap up of major digital health milestones and a look forward towards exciting new My Health Record statistics, PSML, and other developments.
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Share: Digital Health Today
Happy healthy holiday
Agency CEO, Tim Kelsey
Message from Agency CEO, Tim Kelsey

CEO reflections on the milestones that the Australian Digital Health Agency has helped to bring into realisation.
 
Update to the My Health Record statistics
Update to the My Health Record statistics

The Agency has published updated statistics showing more detailed activity on My Health Record. Here are the highlights.
Checking in with the Pharmacist Shared Medicines List
Checking in with the Pharmacist Shared Medicines List

Webstercare becomes the first organisation to start using the Pharmacist Shared Medicines List.
A clearer view of pathology and diagnostic imaging results
A clearer view of pathology and diagnostic imaging results

Recent My Health Record upgrade makes it easier for clinicians to access patients’ pathology and diagnostic imaging results.
 
Better outcomes and streamlined administration, thanks to the Service Registration Assistant
Streamlined practice administration and better patient outcomes

The new Service Registration Assistant – now entering the evaluation phase – can be used to reduce paperwork, keep healthcare practice details accurate and improve patient outcomes and experiences.
Recent connections offer secure, instant access to pathology reports
Recent connections offer secure, instant access to pathology reports

More consumers are choosing providers that can facilitate easier, digital access to their pathology results through My Health Record.
 
Digital support for emergency and time-critical care
Digital support for emergency and time-critical care

My Health Record offers authoritative health summaries in just a few clicks, a valuable resource for time-critical healthcare.
Electronic prescribing is on the horizon — here’s what happened in 2019
Electronic prescribing is on the horizon — here’s what happened in 2019

Working with the Australian Government Department of Health, the Agency has laid the technical foundation for the use of electronic prescriptions as an alternative to paper prescriptions. 
 
A retrospective on digital health in 2018-19 — and what comes next
A retrospective on digital health in 2018-19 — and what comes next

The best way forward often includes taking a moment to look back. Our 2018-19 Annual Report explores the past year’s progress in digital health, as well as what to expect in the new year.
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