ADHA signs up pharmacy dispensing vendors to connect to My Health Record

The Australian Digital Health Agency (ADHA) has come to an agreement with six community pharmacy software vendors to assist them to connect to the My Health Record system, joining market leader Fred IT and Simple Retail, which were the two original members of the NEHTA pharmacy software vendors panel and have been connected to the system since about 2013.

The additions include the Minfos dispensing system, which is owned by EBOS Healthcare and is widely used in Terry White and Chemmart outlets, along with Dispense Works, owned by Queensland vendor POS Works and which launched in 2015, and smaller players Mountaintop Dispense, RxOne, ScriptPro Dispense and Z Dispense.

The vendors are being subsidised for their integration work at variable rates of between $130,000 and $250,000.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: PCEHR, Fred IT, My Health Record, MyHR, ADHA

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