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The Agency has a series of case studies which showcase successful digital health implementations in the healthcare community.
The Healthcare Identifiers (HI) Service and National Authentication Service for Health (NASH) are key foundations of the national My Health Record system.
An issue of growing concern for jurisdictions and healthcare organisations is duplicate patient records.
ACT Health has implemented HI and NASH as a solution to overcome inconsistent patient identification.