ADHA to go national with Provider Connect Australia registration assistant

The Australian Digital Health Agency (ADHA) has changed the name of its service registration assistant (SRA) tool and is now planning to roll it out nationally following a successful proof of concept trial in northern NSW last year.

What was previously known as the SRA and is now being called Provider Connect Australia is aimed at streamlining the process for healthcare organisations to keep contact details such as provider numbers and secure messaging addresses up to date.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: Service Registration Assistant, Provider Connect Australia

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+4 # Philip Robinson 2021-06-25 18:01
Congratulations to Kieron McGuire and the ADHA team for this long overdue reform. Data quality in provider directories has been a huge issue for many years with compliance limited to, as reported, updates for Medicare Billing purposes and Statutory Requirements e.g. location-based Provider Numbers. The PCA seems a very appropriate use of FHIR APIs.

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