Two trial sites for opt-out PCEHR, trip advisor for My Aged Care

Trials of opt-out models for the PCEHR will begin in Far North Queensland and the Nepean-Blue Mountains region of NSW in early 2016 as part of what the federal government says is an attempt to re-set the agenda when it comes to digital health and innovation.

Federal Health Minister Sussan Ley (pictured earlier this year) told the National Press Club today that the government had committed to continuing with the PCEHR – soon to be renamed the My Health Record (MyHR) – and to the My Aged Care website as part of its new policy of delivering a 21st century government that embraces the digital economy.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: PCEHR, My Health Record, My Aged Care, MyHR

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