Up to $250,000 on offer for pharmacy software to link to MyHR

Community pharmacy software vendors that have not yet added My Health Record (MyHR) functionality to their dispensing software are being offered funding of between $130,000 and $250,000 to upgrade their products by the Australian Digital Health Agency (ADHA).

Community pharmacy software market leaders Fred IT and Simple Retail, which markets the Aquarius system, have been conformant with the requirements of the MyHR for some years having taken part in the National E-Health Transition Authority's (NEHTA) community pharmacy vendor panel.

Posted in Allied Health

Tags: Fred IT, My Health Record, Australian Digital Health Agency, Aquarius

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