My Health Record has now been natively integrated into over 110 software products and is used broadly across many sectors of healthcare.
The Australian Digital Health Agency provides several mechanisms for software to interact with the My Health Record system. The connection methods are outlined below under My Health Record Services.
Integrating with My Health Record allows providers to exchange a wide range of Clinical Documents.
This roadmap has been developed to capture known impacts to software developers across participating government organisations.
My Health Record Notice of Connection (NoC) and Conformance Compliance and Declaration (CCD) testing
Software products must pass testing requirements before gaining access to the My Health Record production system.
A contracted service provider (CSP) in the My Health Record system is an organisation that provides technology services or health information management services relating to the My Health Record system to a healthcare provider organisation
My Health Record Document Types are listed on this page.
The Agency is cognisant of the inherent cyber security risks posed by systems connected to and accessing the My Health Record system, as well as potentially vulnerable aspects of the national infrastructure and all services under its care.
The Security Requirements for My Health Record Connecting Systems Conformance Profile contains software requirements that harden clinical information systems from cyber security attacks, uplift information security and protect patient information and your software product.
The Pharmacist Shared Medicines List (PSML) is a clinical document type supported by the My Health Record system.
The Agency provides sample code directly on GitHub, NuGet, and Maven.