The Australian Digital Health Agency's Developer Portal (this site) provides developer guides to assist software developers connecting digital health solutions to each other and to the national infrastructure.
Once a business partner has attempted to match the service offerings that a publisher has authorised, it may provide the status of those matches back to the PCA for the publisher to download. This provides confirmation back to the publisher of the status of matched records.
The developer guide is intended to get you up-and-running with using the PCA API. It covers everything you need to know from registration, authorisation, participation to publication and subscription.
In this tutorial, you will; register as a developer for the Gateway, understand your testing obligations and more
In this guide, you will Register as a developer for the HI Service, Request Test Certificates and Test Environment Data, Install the Test Certificates locally, Import Certificates in CIS Software.
When a patient has an appointment with a healthcare provider, and that healthcare provider is eligible for a Medicare rebate, a Medicare Benefits Schedule (MBS) clinical document is sent to Medicare
This Developer Guide is for the use of developers whose products connect to the Healthcare Identifiers (HI) Service, My Health Record, Electronic Prescribing and Secure Messaging with a National Authentication Service for Health (NASH) PKI Certificate.
This Developer Guide provides guidance for developers on how to test their NASH SHA-2 software enhancements and submit evidence of their product’s readiness to the Agency for assessment.
Before using Provider Connect Australia (PCA) as a publisher or subscriber, an organisation must, register, submit a participation agreement by an individual representative of the organisation, authorise a client for that organisation.
We will use the token received from MyGov to access the patient’s My Health Record
The following steps will assist software developers who provide open Prescription Delivery Service (PDS) and/or Active Script List Registry capabilities to declare software conformance with the Agency’s Electronic Prescribing technical framework.
In this guide, we will be accessing a patient’s medications and allergies contained in a Personal Health Summary