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Clarity Imaging can now upload patient reports to My Health Record

Published 15 December 2021

Newcastle-based Clarity Imaging is now sharing diagnostic imaging reports with patients and healthcare providers through My Health Record.

Clarity Imaging radiologist Dr Virgil Chan said his practice was pleased to offer people online access to their reports.

“When my patients need subsequent treatment or travel away from the area, their reports are available to doctors anywhere in Australia” he said.

Patient, Ms Mason said “I have regular scans to monitor my medical condition, so it is reassuring for me that my reports from Clarity will be easily accessible to my GP and specialists when I see them." 

Amanda Cattermole, Chief Executive Officer of the Australian Digital Health Agency, welcomed the value that Clarity Imaging reports will bring to My Health Record.

“We know consumers want to see their key health information online and there is particular interest in accessing diagnostic imaging reports.” she said.

“In October, GPs viewed more than 100,000 diagnostic imaging reports and consumers viewed more than 230,000. For consumers, this is a nearly a four-fold increase from last year.”

If you want to find a radiologist who shares your report online, check the list on the Agency website:

Pathology and diagnostic imaging providers uploading to My Health Record | Australian Digital Health Agency

Clarity Imaging is currently the only private radiology practice in Newcastle on this list.

 

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About the Australian Digital Health Agency

When it comes to improving the health of all Australians, the role of digital innovation and connection is a vital part of a modern, accessible healthcare system.  Against the backdrop of COVID-19, digital health has seen exponential growth in relevance and importance, making it more pertinent than ever for all Australians and healthcare providers.  

Better patient healthcare and health outcomes are possible when you have a health infrastructure that can be safely accessed, easily used and responsibly shared.  To achieve this, the National Digital Health Strategy is establishing the foundations for a sustainable health system that constantly improves. It underpins and coordinates work that is already happening between governments, healthcare providers, consumers, innovators and the technology industry.

For further information: www.digitalhealth.gov.au.

The Australian Digital Health Agency is a statutory authority in the form of a corporate Commonwealth entity.

Media release - Clarity Imaging can now upload patient reports to My Health Record (PDF, 189.36 KB)

 

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