ADHA claims “significant progress” on national digital health strategy

The Australian Digital Health Agency (ADHA) says it is making “significant progress” towards the main priorities of the national digital health strategy, particularly the roll out of the My Health Record to 90 per cent of Australians, and is now looking ahead to other priorities such as its draft roadmap for digital health interoperability and standards-based secure messaging.

In its annual report for 2018-19, tabled today, ADHA chair Elizabeth Deveney says My Health Record is now a fundamental feature of Australia’s health infrastructure, although she admits the expansion of the system “has been accompanied by far more controversy than anticipated”.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: My Health Record, Australian Digital Health Agency, ADHA

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