Pharmacist Shared Medicines List - Release Note v1.1.1

PSML documents allow pharmacists in both hospital and community pharmacy settings to document the outcome of consumer consultations regarding their current medications and upload it to the My Health Record system.
This is the first public release of this end product. It contains the conformance profile, validation rules and implementation guides for the Pharmacist Shared Medicines List document type.

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