My Health Record trial opens up for healthcare providers

The next phase in the trial of the opt-out model for the My Health Record system has begun, with healthcare providers in the two trial areas now able to access records that have been set up for an extra 971,000 people.

Over 580,000 have been established in the northern Queensland trial, which is being implemented by the Northern Queensland Primary Health Network (NQPHN). NQPHN CEO Robin Moore said nine out of 10 people in the region now have a My Health Record.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: PCEHR, ePIP, MyHR

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