Sullivan Nicolaides now ‘seamlessly’ uploading pathology reports to MyHR

GPs and medical specialists in Queensland and northern NSW ordering diagnostic tests from Sullivan Nicolaides Pathology (SNP) will now see the resulting reports uploaded to their patients' My Health Record on a routine basis, as the Sonic Healthcare subsidiary becomes the first to offer the capability to the private sector on a large scale.

Requesting doctors must send their orders electronically from compliant practice management systems such as Best Practice and MedicalDirector to ensure the patient's Individual Healthcare Identifier (IHI) accompanies the request, which SNP says 80 per cent of GPs in the region already do.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: My Health Record, Sonic Healthcare, Sullivan Nicolaides Pathology

Comments  

# Maree Beare 2019-07-12 09:14
Good news and well done SN. Now if only consumers could their results which will uploaded to the my health record on their phone?
# Australian Digital Health Agency staff 2019-07-15 12:11
They can, there are a number of phone apps that do it. Even the standard My Health Record web page works on a mobile.
# Maree Beare 2019-07-15 13:08
The My Health Record web page is the only place where you can see pathology report results currently

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