FHIR Resources

Information about how Agency products support or use Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR), the standard underlying many new clinical and business transaction technologies, can be found below. The Agency also hosts a product page on FHIR which can be found here.

The Agency is providing developers of clinical information and secure messaging systems with a financial incentive to deliver enhanced functionality in an accelerated timeframe.

Monday, 4 February 2019

To better meet the expectations and requirements of developers, the Agency now provides sample code libraries directly from GitHub and NuGet.

Software Vendor Welcome Pack

On this page you will find the latest Software Vendor Welcome Pack.

The Welcome Pack includes the latest versions of the following:

Monday, 14 January 2019

HL7® International has published release 4 of its Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR®) standard, which has finalised the base platform of the specification along with some improvements requested by developers.

On this page you will find the latest version of the document, My Health Record Managing your B2B software in production. 

This document is intended for B2B software vendors.

It outlines the process for liaising with the My Health Record System Operator (SO) about production incidents and events requiring notification to the SO, such as changes and upgrades to software that connects to the My Health Record system.

It covers areas such as definitions, incident management and software changes and upgrades.

Monday, 19 November 2018

The FHIR Implementation Guide specifies the format of FHIR-based representations of Medicare documents that is used for the upload of such documents into the My Health Record system.

Tuesday, 26 June 2018

The Australian Digital Health Agency is pleased to announce that My Health Record version 9.4 was released on Monday 25 June, 2018.

This is part 2 of 3 of a series on aspects of ADHA's interoperability standards. This webinar provides an introduction to the NCTS products and services.

This is part 1 of 3 of a series on aspects of ADHA's interoperability standards. This webinar provides an introduction to the FHIR specification.

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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. 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).

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