ADHA reopens mobile gateway to allow apps to connect to My Health Record

The Australian Digital Health Agency has reopened its mobile gateway to developers looking to connect to the My Health Record through mobile apps.

The agency temporarily closed down the gateway to new entrants in 2018 while it undertook a privacy and security review, allowing only four apps to remain connected. They are Telstra Health's HealthNow, Chamonix's Healthi, and HealthEngine. The fourth app, Tyde, is no longer in business. Consumers can also access their record through myGov.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: My Health Record, ADHA

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