You will need to decide how your software will let users access an individual’s My Health Record. You can use the following documents as guidance:
The following documents can help you decide how your software will display a document list:
Refer to the available clinical document views:
Description: An electronic summary of information about medication prescriptions and dispenses contained in an individual’s digital health record.
For Prescription and Dispense View Stylesheet please refer to the following documents:
Description: An electronic summary of an individual’s digital health record, which serves as the home screen when they first open their record.
Description: An individual’s My Health Record can be used to collect administrative information that is sourced from the Medicare records managed by the Department of Human Services:
- Medicare Benefits Scheme (MBS) and Department of Veterans’ Affairs (DVA) claims history
- Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme (PBS)
- Repatriation Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme (PBS)
- Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme (RPBS) claims history
- Australian Childhood Immunisation Register (ACIR) records
- Australian Organ Donor Register (AODR) records
Description: Can be used to share information about pathology tests via an individual's My Health Record. A pathology report PDF may contain one or more tests that are uploaded by the pathology provider to the individual's My Health Record. The eHealth Pathology Report View give you a way to list, group, and sort those reports in clinical information systems.
Description: Reports containing details of one or more examinations or procedures can be uploaded by the diagnostic imaging provider to an individual's My Health Record. The eHealth Diagnostic Imaging Report View provides a mechanism to list, group, and sort those reports in clinical information systems.
Description: This conformance test specification supports the currently published My Health Record system views specifications and their conformance requirements. It provides a targeted set of test cases, managed using a Microsoft Excel workbook.