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Get started with digital health for healthcare providers
- What is digital health?
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Implementation and Adoption
Progress is continuously being made in digital health implementation.
For many in the health sector moving to a national digital health system is a journey, not a sudden transformation.
While the infrastructure is now in place, the take up must be phased to ensure the lessons learned from the early adopters — lead sites — are introduced across the entire system.
Aspects of the My Health Record system and digital health infrastructure are being implemented within a broad range of Australian healthcare settings, including public and private enterprises, hospitals and community services.
Working with our delivery partners, we have made significant progress in operationalising and enhancing the essential foundations and infrastructure required to enable a truly national digital health system.
- More information within Implementation Resources>