Very low do not send rate for pathology on My Health Record: ADHA

Only about three in every thousand pathology orders are being checked 'do not send' to the My Health Record in a proof of concept trial currently taking place in northern Queensland, a ratio that is expected to continue when the system goes opt-out later this year.

The Australian Digital Health Agency's (ADHA) pathology and diagnostic imaging program director Paul Carroll told an industry webinar today that the agency expects to have about 80 per cent of pathology reports automatically uploaded to the expanded system by the end of the year.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: My Health Record, ADHA

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