Peninsula Health uploads first CDA 3A discharge summary to MyHR

Victoria's Peninsula Health has gone live with a significant uplift to its Cerner electronic health record, rolling out clinical documentation in inpatient wards and becoming what is thought to be the first health service in Australia to upload a CDA 3A discharge summary to the My Health Record.

The feat is a breakthrough for an Australian hospital and the MyHR system as it means the discharge summary data is coded using the SNOMED CT-AU and Australian Medicines Terminology (AMT) code sets.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: Cerner, My Health Record, Peninsula Health , CDA

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