Software glitches, NASH certs and MyHR usability at fault for ePIP fail

Unexpected problems with several software packages, expired National Authentication Service for Health (NASH) PKI certificates and ongoing connectivity failures are just some of the reasons why up to 1500 general practices failed to reach the shared health summary upload target for the practice incentives program eHealth incentive (ePIP), Pulse+IT has learned.

The Australian Medical Association revealed last week that up to 30 per cent of practices enrolled in the PIP were likely to miss the target for the first quarter, which requires them to upload a certain amount of shared health summaries to the My Health Record (MyHR) per GP per practice.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: PCEHR, My Health Record, NASH

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