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eHealth
 
The eHealth record system is an integrated approach to healthcare. It will enhance both quality and efficiency in the delivery of patient healthcare and will lead to better communication between healthcare providers.

The Personally Controlled Electronic Health Record (PCEHR) is one component of the eHealth Record System. This is a national initiative that will provide infrastructure, standards and specifications to support secure access to an individual’s health information. The PCEHR is a secure, electronic record of a patients’ single medical history which can be accessed and contributed to by authorised healthcare organisations and healthcare professionals. Click here for more details and to register for a PCEHR

 eHealth for General Practice
The eHealth record system will provide General Practitioners (GPs) quick access to key patient health information including discharge summaries, pathology and radiology results, allergies and adverse reactions, and prescribed and dispensed medications.
 

eHealth Practice Incentive Payment (ePIP)

ePIP aims to encourage general practices to keep up to date with the latest developments in eHealth. To be eligible, practices must be registered in the ePIP and meet 5 specific requirements listed below    
 
    1. Integrating Healthcare Identifiers into Electronic Practice Records          
     2. Secure messaging capability and PKI            
     3. Data Records and Clinical Coding         
     4. Electronic Transfer of Prescriptions          
     5. Personally Controlled Electronic Health (eHealth) Record System 
      
For guidance on how to meet these requirements click here
 
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  • Participation agreement- Healthcare organisations can now register to participate in the personally controlled electronic health (eHealth) record system. Please download the version of the Participation Agreement which applies to your healthcare provider organisation’s legal structure. Please ensure that you record your organisation’s details in the spaces provided on page 2 of the Participation Agreement (ie organisation name, ABN/ACN etc) before signing the document. Dec 2012 (Link)
 For general enquiries about the PIP, eHealth Incentive payments or how to apply, email mailto:pip@humanservices.gov.au, or contact the PIP enquiry line on 1800 222 032** between 8:30 am and 5:00 pm Australian Central Standard Time.
 

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