ADHA to begin interoperability talks for 'licence to operate' in February

The Australian Digital Health Agency plans to begin its public consultation on the road towards health sector interoperability in February 4 next year, with a draft set of standards scheduled for release at the end of the financial year.

The agency also plans to ramp up its work in getting the aged care sector connected to and using the My Health Record once the opt-out period finishes on November 15, with plans to work on device integration with the system as well as providing real-time access to clinical registries such as the rheumatic heart disease register for Indigenous health.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: My Health Record, Australian Digital Health Agency, Tim Kelsey

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