The following resources are available for healthcare providers on how to use the My Health Record system, including checklists and step-by-step guides.
An overview of the registration process for healthcare providers is available on this page.
Overview of digital health directories
This resource provides an overview of the four key directories supporting digital health in Australia.
Healthcare setting-specific information
Pathology reports for clinicians
This resource outlines the introduction of pathology reports to the My Health Record system.
Clinical software summary sheets
A range of summary sheets with step by step instructions for viewing a My Health Record and uploading clinical information to it through conformant clinical software are available on this page.
Interview on benefits of My Health Record for pharmacists
This resource is a transcript of an interview with pharmacist Shane Jackson on the benefits of digital health and My Health Record for pharmacists.
Identity Verification Code (IVC) number registration card
Download your portable Identity Verification Code (IVC) Number registration card as part of My Health Record.
National Authentication Service for Health (NASH) PKI renewal process
This fact sheet outlines what a NASH PKI certificate is, how to check if it has expired, and what to do to renew it.
Assisting patients to register for a My Health Record
This fact sheet outlines the process for registering a patient for a My Health Record.
Shared Health Summary versus Event Summary
This fact sheet outlines the differences between a shared health summary and an event summary.
Putting the My Health Record system into business
Putting the My Health Record system into business is a useful resource for responsible officers (ROs) and organisation maintenance officers (OMOs) and their responsibilities in managing their organisations for the Healthcare Identifiers (HI) Service, NASH PKI certificate for organisations and the My Health Record system.
Australian Medicines Terminology (AMT)
The Australian Medicines Terminology (AMT) codes and describes all commonly used medicines to support electronic medication management.
Registered and not using digital health?
Data quality checklist for 'active' patients
Data shared by your organisation and data you receive from other healthcare organisations may be relied upon for clinical decision making.