A special report on the near future of digital health, where we've been and where we're going and much more in our December edition.
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The near future of digital Health: A special report
Navigating digital health – where we’ve been, and where we’re going
Navigating digital health – where we’ve been, and where we’re going

The best way to predict the future is to create it. This special report shares some insights about what’s on the horizon for digital health in Australia.
Our clinical experts, in their own words
Our clinical experts, in their own words

The Agency’s Clinical Reference Leads play a key role in ensuring the fitness for purpose of our products and services.
Nationwide secure clinical communications are on their way
Nationwide secure clinical communications are on their way

The Agency is working closely with industry, suppliers and vendors to deliver a true nationwide secure messaging capability.
Interoperability in 2019: watch this space
Interoperability in 2019: watch this space

Interoperability is a journey, not a destination. But in 2019 we’ll be making big strides.
Children’s health goes digital
Children’s health goes digital

The Agency has partnered with eHealth NSW and the Sydney Children’s Hospitals Network to enhance children's care and empower families through digital health.
Strategy, Industry and Ideas
My Health Record privacy enhancements signed into legislation
My Health Record privacy enhancements signed into legislation

New measures allow Australians to opt in or out of having a My Health Record at any time.
Digital engagement for chronically ill patients
Digital engagement for chronically ill patients

Large-scale trial of new model of care aims to engage and empower chronically ill patients through digital technologies.
My Health Record: CDA or PDF?
My Health Record: CDA or PDF?

The founder of HL7 FHIR® sets the record straight on some recent misperceptions.
Smart devices unlock potential for independence
Smart devices unlock potential for independence

Mobile phones, home hubs and sensors can extend the reach and quality of care, the Financial Times reports.
Improving patient care in a fragmented health system
Improving patient care in a fragmented health system

My Health Record is a very important tool in Christine Pascott’s practice for continuity of quality clinical care.
Why we should get connected
Why we should get connected

PSA President Shane Jackson says that My Health Record is the key to improving medication safety, and pharmacists have a crucial role.
Building a health app? What you need to know
Building a health app? What you need to know

Digital health is an international market, and this seven-part US series is full of good advice for aspiring developers.
Humans of Digital Health
Matthew Ames and the digital transformation of healthcare
Matthew Ames and the digital transformation of healthcare

What started as a sore throat led to devastating complications for Matthew. He says that My Health Record is the start of a journey to transform healthcare.
Positive Life NSW CEO shares ideas on My Health Record
Positive Life NSW CEO shares ideas on My Health Record

The fact that Australians can now opt in or out of having a My Health Record at any time during their life is reassuring for people living with HIV, says Craig Cooper.
Providing improved pharmacy care with My Health Record
Providing improved pharmacy care with My Health Record

For pharmacist Annabel Peach, My Health Record enables a more holistic, patient-centred approach to delivering healthcare.
 
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