Specifications, guidance and associated collateral applicable to all types of clinical documents.
The My Health Record allows different types of functionality including uploading of clinical documents and accessing targeted My Health Record views.
The following table describes the My Health Record functionalities and their relevance to various Healthcare sectors.
✓✓ Highly Recommended ✓ Recommended
|Shared Health Summary||✓✓|
|eHealth Prescription Record||✓✓|
|eHealth Dispense Record||✓✓|
|eHealth Pathology Report||✓✓|
|eHealth Diagnostic Imaging Report||✓✓|
|Health Record Overview||✓✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|eHealth Pathology Report View||✓✓||✓||✓✓||✓||✓✓|
|eHealth Diagnostic Imaging Report View||✓✓||✓||✓||✓✓||✓✓|
|eHealth Prescription & Dispense View||✓✓||✓✓||✓||✓||✓✓|
|eHealth Medicines View **||✓✓||✓✓||✓||✓||✓✓|
** The eHealth Medicines View is not a document that is uploaded by clinical information software. It can only be downloaded via the document list.
My Health Record Document Types are listed on this page.
In this guide, we will be accessing Prescription and Dispense List and Allergies List contained in a patient’s clinical document service
The Agency provides sample code directly on GitHub, NuGet, and Maven.
The Pharmacist Shared Medicines List (PSML) is a clinical document type supported by the My Health Record system.