ADHA to automate My Health Record registration for healthcare providers

The Australian Digital Health Agency (ADHA) intends to streamline the process for healthcare provider organisations wanting to register for the My Health Record, including improving the National Authentication Service for Health (NASH), and is promising to have the system fully automated by May next year.

Announcing a revamp of its developer partner program in Sydney yesterday, ADHA executive general manager for innovation and development Rachel de Sain said the move to an opt-out version of the system had precipitated a fresh look at usability for consumers and clinicians, as well as a commitment to improve the registration and authentication experience of providers.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: My Health Record, MyHR, NASH, ADHA

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