The Australian Digital Health Agency aims to increase adoption of the My Health Record by connecting the My Health Record platform to mobile applications through industry standard APIs.
Included below is key information about getting started and key forms required to connect to My Health Record Mobile Gateway.
To find out more about the Mobile Gateway and connecting to the My Health Record system you can register your interest to attend a webinar by clicking on the button above or emailing [email protected].
Read through the Welcome Pack materials (Download all)
- App Vendor Guide to the Connection Process
- Portal Operator – Production Environment Access Request Form (PEAR)
- Portal Operator Registration Agreement (PORA)
- Operations Requirements and Guidelines
- Consent Requirements and Guidelines
- Security Requirements and Guidelines
- Presentation Requirements and Guidelines
- My Health Record - FHIR Mobile Gateway CCD Risk Based Approach – Risk Assessment Questionnaire
Read through Managing Your App in Production
Read through the My Health Record FHIR Gateway - API Specification (Download all)
- API Specification
- Data Mapping
- Error Mapping
- Release Note
Request National Authentication Service for Health Public Key Infrastructure (NASH PKI) Test certificate (for Interaction Model 4 only).
This only applies for Consumer mobile app connecting with the My Health Record system via an intermediary server (Interaction Model 4).
Note: You will need to record the test certificate credentials in Step 2.
- Contact [email protected] to request your NASH PKI Test Certificate Kit.
2. Get Started
After reading through the requirements above, (and receipt of the NASH PKI Test Certificate for Interaction Model 4 apps) the next step is to register your organisation and app.
Create an account for your organisation on the Agency's form submission platform
The Portal Operator Registration Form is hosted on the Agency's form submission platform and in order to access the Portal Operator Registration Form you must create an account – Click here to create an account.
Portal Operator Registration Form
In this form you will need to provide details about your organisation and proposed app, such as your nominated Operator Officers, the app’s intended purpose and the way it intends to interact with the My Health Record system. You will also be required to verify the identity of all nominated Operator Officers and your Portal Operator Registration Form will undergo review by the System Operator. Once approved you will progress to the next step in the connection process. Note, you must be logged into the Agency's form submission platform to access the form.
- Submit the Portal Operator Registration form here.
Receive Test Kit (including test data, and access credentials)
After your Portal Operator Registration Form has been approved, you will be provided with a Mobile Test Kit. Included in the kit are test cases and test data to assist with testing your app integration with the My Health Record system. Along with your Test Kit, you will receive unique credentials for accessing the My Health Record Test Environment.
For any questions about the process, please contact [email protected].
3. Develop your app
Now that you can access the Test Environment, you can begin developing your app so that it can connect with the My Health Record system, using the API Mapping, API Specifications and API Release Notes provided in the Welcome Pack.
Developer Guides - FHIR Gateway - Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources
The following Developer Guides will help you understand high-level concepts regarding the My Health Record system and the FHIR Gateway, register as a developer for the Gateway, understand your testing obligations, understand guidelines regarding security, consent, incident management and app presentation and understand the content which will be delivered in these guides. Learn more at: https://developer.digitalhealth.gov.au/my-health-record-fhir-gateway
Submit prototypes, use cases and Risk Assessment Questionnaire
Once you have successfully integrated your app in the My Health Record system test environment, you can contact [email protected].
Agency to review prototypes, use cases and Risk Assessment Questionnaire
A team member will guide you through the next steps, which include an Agency review of the prototype to ensure your app complies with the Consent Requirements and Guidelines
In parallel with this review, you can perform a test of your app using the test cases and test data provided in the Test Kit and submit the results to the My Health Record team for review. Support will be provided if there are any connection issues. We refer to this step as My Health Record Notice of Connection (NoC) ‘sel