ADHA targets 10pc increase in specialist connection to My Health Record

The Australian Digital Health Agency is hoping to see a 10 per cent increase in the number of medical specialists connected to the My Health Record this financial year, part of a wider strategy to increase the digital capabilities of the sector.

ADHA has been holding workshops with clinical software vendors that put in successful bids for funding through its recent co-design offer, including one held yesterday with market leader Genie Solutions.

Genie CEO James Scollay said his company planned to invest in a design-led review of its customer base to try to find a clear value proposition for specialists to use My Health Record, with improving user experience (UX) the top priority.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: My Health Record, Genie Solutions, ADHA

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