In this guide, we will be accessing Prescription and Dispense List and Allergies List contained in a patient’s clinical document service
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.
We will use the token received from MyGov to access the patient’s My Health Record
This guide will look at retrieving all clinical document data (including these 2, but excluding MBS documents)
In this guide, we will be accessing a patient’s medications and allergies contained in a Personal Health Summary
A mobile application or web-based application is used by a subject of care or carer to manage prescriptions and to present an electronic prescription token to a pharmacy.
Within these guides we will demonstrate the functionality of the FHIR Gateway using Xamarin.Forms in Visual Studio and the Android Emulator
In this tutorial, you will; register as a developer for the Gateway, understand your testing obligations and more
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
A mobile intermediary system is a software product that a mobile application uses to connect to, and interact with, Open Prescription Delivery Services (PDS) and/or Active Script List Registry (ASLR) Services.
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.
The following steps will assist prescribing and dispensing Clinical Information System (CIS) software developers connect to the national Prescription Delivery Service (PDS) and declare software conformance with the Agency’s Electronic Prescribing technical framework.
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