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Please refer to eHealth Prescription Record v1.1.1 or refer to the Release History for all releases of this End Product.

Description

The My Health Record system will provide the means to receive and store My Health Record prescription record clinical documents in a standard format that can be accessed and viewed by healthcare providers using their clinical information systems or the national provider portal, and by individuals using the national consumer portal.

The repository of My Health Record prescription records is part of the My Health Record National Infrastructure. Healthcare providers, including general practitioners, will continue to send prescription records to My Health Record participating Prescription Exchange Service operators, and where the individual has not declined their consent, these records will be transformed into CDA documents and sent to the My Health Record system as signed CDA packages. Other health care provider organisations, such as jurisdictional health services, may implement local systems that send My Health Record prescription record clinical documents directly to the My Health Record National Infrastructure.

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Identifier: 
EP-1434:2013
Date: 
09-10-2013
Size: 
3.68 MB
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application/zip
SHA256 Checksum: 
43012f65b16c6a732f4a7f17ac5c4e63966328542a6c13537a842988de36f747
File package contents

PCEHR Prescription Record - CDA Implementation Guide v1.0

This document provides a guide to implementing the 'logical' model detailed by the Agency's PCEHR Prescription Record Structured Content Specification as an HL7 Clinical Document Architecture Release 2 (CDA) XML document. This guide is based on Version 1.0 of the structured content specification. The primary aim of the guide is to take implementers step by step through mapping each data component of the structured content specification to a corresponding CDA attribute or element.
NEHTA-0930:2012
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