eHealth is the electronic management of health information to deliver safer, more efficient, better quality healthcare.
The Personally Controlled Electronic Health Record (PCEHR) systemPeople seeking healthcare in Australia can register for an eHealth record – a secure, electronic summary of your important health information.
Healthcare organisations in Australian can also register to participate in the eHealth record system. As more people register and as healthcare organisations join the eHealth record system, the better connected Australia’s health system will become and the better it will serve all Australians.
Visit eHealth website to register for an eHealth record or to find out more information about the eHealth record system.
Consultation on the inclusion of Pathology and Diagnostic Imaging reports in the PCEHRPlease find below links to discussion papers on the inclusion of Pathology and Diagnostic Imaging reports in the PCEHR system.
Submissions can be emailed to the eHealth Consultations Inbox until 18 July 2014.
PathologyPDF version Pathology Consultation Paper (PDF 1016 KB)
Word version Pathology Consultation Paper (Word 774 KB)
Diagnostic ImagingPDF version Consultation Paper Diagnostic Imaging (PDF 1285 KB)
Word version Consultation Paper Diagnostic Imaging (Word 883 KB)
Review of the PCEHRThe Australian Government has released the report into the review of the Personally Controlled Electronic Health Record (PCEHR).
A copy of the review report is available on the PCEHR Review webpage.
A copy of the Minister’s media release is available on the Minister’s Office website.
Related LinksPersonally Controlled Electronic Health (eHealth)
Personally Controlled Electronic Health Record (PCEHR) program
Personally Controlled Electronic Health Record (PCEHR) system governance
The National E-Health Transition Authority (NEHTA)
Council of Australian Governments (COAG)
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