PCEHR means the My Health Record, formerly the "Personally Controlled Electronic Health Record", within the meaning of the My Health Records Act 2012 (Cth), formerly called the Personally Controlled Electronic Health Records Act 2012 (Cth).
By operation of the Public Governance, Performance and Accountability (Establishing the Australian Digital Health Agency) Rule 2016, on 1 July 2016, all the assets and liabilities of NEHTA will vest in the Australian Digital Health Agency. In this website, on and from 1 July 2016, all references to "National E-Health Transition Authority" or "NEHTA" will be deemed to be references to the Australian Digital Health Agency.
Advance Care Document Custodian v1.1
Advance care document custodian documents can be used to capture information about the custodian of the individual’s advance care directive. Such documents do not contain the advance care directive itself.
Common - Consumer Entered Information v1.2
Documents that are common to the Consumer Entered Information products.
Common - P2P v1.1
Common documents for the secure point-to-point (P2P) delivery of clinical documents.
Electronic Transfer of Prescription v1.1
The Agency’s Electronic Transfer of Prescriptions (ETP) Release 1.1 has been archived on this website, but is still available for download.
Health Record Overview v1.1
The Health Record Overview provides a summary of an individual’s My Health Record and is intended to serve as the “home screen” displayed when an individual’s record is first opened.
Medicare - Australian Organ Donor Register v1.1
The Australian Organ Donor Register provides information held by the Department of Human Services about an individual's organ and tissue donation decisions.
Medicare DVA Benefits Report v1.1
The Medicare/DVA Benefits Report provides information held by the Department of Human Services about Medicare and the Department of Veterans' Affairs funded services providedto an individual.
Participation Data Specification v3.3
The Participation Data Specification is a foundation document for the suite of data specifications that the Agency is developing for the Australian health informatics community across a range of health topics. These specifications are generally agreed to be of high priority in order to achieve the benefits of semantic interoperability in the Australian healthcare setting.
Personal Health Summary v1.1
Personal health summary documents allow individuals to store information as part of their digital health record. This may include their contact details, information about allergies and adverse reactions, and any medications they may be taking.
Specialist Letter v1.3
Specialist Letter documents are used in replying to a referral or reporting on a health event and contain information related to the event or the requested diagnosis or treatment by a specialist.
eDiagnostic Imaging v1.0
eDiagnostic Imaging facilitates the development of a national approach to radiology services, creating more effective, efficient and safer patient care. This national approach will also promote greater continuity of care and enable increased responsiveness across the diagnostic imaging sector.
eHealth Diagnostic Imaging Report View v1.1
eHealth diagnostic imaging reports containing one or more examinations or procedures may be uploaded by the diagnostic imaging provider to an individual's digital health record as a PDF. The eHealth Diagnostic Imaging Report View provides a mechanism to list, group and sort those reports in clinical information systems.
eHealth Dispense Record v1.2
eHealth Dispense Record documents can be used to share information about medication dispensations via the individual’s digital health record.
eHealth Pathology Report v1.2
eHealth pathology reports can be used to share information about pathology tests via an individual's digital health record. The Pathology Report PDF may contain one or more tests that are uploaded by the pathology provider to the individual's digital health record.
eHealth Prescription and Dispense View v1.2.2
eHealth Prescription and Dispense View documents represent an electronic summary of information about medication prescriptions and dispensations contained in an individual’s My Health Record.