Combines the basic technologies of unique identification, authentication and encryption to provide a safe and secure method of exchanging healthcare information.

The Electronic Prescribing end product provides specification and guidance documents for software systems creating and processing prescriptions in electronic form.

The SNOMED CT-AU Combined Release file and Release Note located below are also available for download from the National Clinical Terminology Service website www.healthterminologies.gov.au.

SNOMED CT-AU is the Australian extension to SNOMED CT®, incorporating all Australian-developed terminology, including the Australian Medicines Terminology (AMT), along with the core international data.

SNOMED CT-AU is the Australian extension to SNOMED CT®, incorporating all Australian-developed terminology, including the Australian Medicines Terminology (AMT), along with the core international data.

AMT v2.26 is the December 2011 version of Australian Medicines Terminology (AMT).

SNOMED CT-AU is the Australian extension to SNOMED CT®, incorporating all Australian-developed terminology, including the Australian Medicines Terminology (AMT), along with the core international data.

SNOMED CT-AU is the Australian extension to SNOMED CT®, incorporating all Australian-developed terminology, including the Australian Medicines Terminology (AMT), along with the core international data.

The Agency’s Secure Messaging provides software developers with information and tools to assist in the implementation of Secure Message Delivery (SMD) and Endpoint Location Service (ELS).

This Blueprint is a reference document intended to familiarise readers with major eHealth capabilities promoted and supported for national adoption. The Blueprint also seeks to identify other key elements of the National EHealth Architecture, and future capabilities relevant to the development of

SNOMED CT-AU is the Australian extension to SNOMED CT® incorporating all Australian-developed terminology, including the Australian Medicines Terminology (AMT), along with the core international data.

This page contains implementation collateral that is common to AMT v2 model.

This page contains implementation collateral that is common to AMT v3 model.

This end product contains implementation collateral relating to multiple SNOMED CT-AU releases.

This page contains implementation collateral relating to multiple SNOMED CT-AU releases.

This end product contains implementation collateral relating to multiple SNOMED CT-AU releases.

This end product contains implementation collateral relating to multiple SNOMED CT-AU releases.

The high level system architecture describes the fundamental organisation of the My Health Record system, embodied in its components, their relationships to each other and the environment, and the principles governing its design and evolution.

This page contains implementation collateral that is common to AMT v3 model.

This end product contains implementation collateral relating to multiple SNOMED CT-AU releases.

The National eHealth Security and Access Framework (NESAF) provides standards, tools, and guides for the Australian healthcare sector to build and implement secure systems that protect patient data and eHealth-related assets, while providing the provenance required for ensuring patient safety and

SNOMED CT-AU is the Australian extension to SNOMED CT®, incorporating all Australian-developed terminology including the Australian Medicines Terminology (AMT) along with the core international data.

This page contains implementation collateral that is related to the AMT v3 model.

This page contains implementation collateral that is common to AMT v3 model.

This page contains implementation collateral that is common to the AMT v3 model.

This page contains implementation collateral that is related to the AMT v3 model.

This end product contains implementation collateral relating to multiple SNOMED CT-AU releases.

The Agency Interoperability Framework (IF) is a common reference point that provides guidance to business and IT experts in delivering interoperable eHealth systems in Australia.

The Secure Messaging initiative is concerned primarily with the secure transfer of clinical information among care providers. As such, the focus is more on the transport and security of messages (the carriage) rather than the structure and terminology of the message (the content). 

The technical mechanisms for digitally signing clinical documents are well supported by international standards. However, a digital signature alone is not always sufficient as a complete personal electronic signature mechanism.

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By operation of the Public Governance, Performance and Accountability (Establishing the Australian Digital Health Agency) Rule 2016, on 1 July 2016, all the assets and liabilities of NEHTA will vest in the Australian Digital Health Agency. In this website, on and from 1 July 2016, all references to "National E-Health Transition Authority" or "NEHTA" will be deemed to be references to the Australian Digital Health Agency. PCEHR means the My Health Record, formerly the "Personally Controlled Electronic Health Record", within the meaning of the My Health Records Act 2012 (Cth), formerly called the Personally Controlled Electronic Health Records Act 2012 (Cth).

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