NT Health sets up shop for My Health Record registration in Alice

Northern Territory Health is setting up a stand in the foyer of Alice Springs Hospital this week to encourage people to register for the My Health Record (MyHR) following the completion of its three-year project to transition from its own shared record to the national system, known as the M2N project.

Central Australia Health Service COO Sue Korner said the stand would be run in conjunction with NT Health's eHealth partners, the Aboriginal Medical Services Alliance Northern Territory (AMSANT) and the Northern Territory Primary Health Network (PHN).

NT Health said around 35,000 of the Territory’s 240,000 people currently have a My Health Record. While new people will not be registered for the NT's system, it will continue to be run parallel to the national system so clinicians can have a view of both.

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