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.
My Health Record integration is typically done in two steps. Connecting to the HI Service and the My Health Record system.
The Australian Digital Health Agency aims to increase the adoption of the My Health Record by connecting the My Health Record platform to mobile applications through industry-standard APIs.
OIDs assigned by the Australian Digital Health Agency (ADHA) for external use under the arc of 184.108.40.206.2001.1005.
This guide will walk through the process to get patient clinical documents from the My Health Record system and display them to your users using a generic style sheet
This guide will use the My Health Record getView web service to download collated information from a My Health Record in a ‘View’
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.
In this tutorial, you will; register as a developer for the Gateway, understand your testing obligations and more
Outlines the client registration operations available through the API.
In this guide, we will be accessing Prescription and Dispense List and Allergies List contained in a patient’s clinical document service
The Digital Health Developer Portal facilitates seamless connectivity between different health systems
It is highly recommended that your software conduct HPI-I searches for users of your system.