Listing page for all published websites by the Agency.
Clinical Knowledge Manager (CKM)
The Clinical Knowledge Manager (CKM) is the collaborative environment which the Agency is trialling to engage the Australian healthcare community – clinicians, jurisdictions, vendors, professional bodies and informed key stakeholders in the development of computable clinical concept definitions to be used in the development of digital clinical technical solutions, known as archetypes.
The Conversation website hosts all the information you need to find on Australia's National Digital Health Strategy - Safe, Seamless and Secure: evolving health and care to meet the needs of modern Australia and the Framework for Action - How Australia will deliver the benefits of digitally enabled health and care. The Framework for Action is the implementation plan for the National Digital Health Strategy and details how all those in the digital health ecosystem are working together to help empower people, and those who care for them, with modern digital services and products.
The Developer Centre helps developers build digital health innovation - created to provide a single point of reference for all resources and specifications relating to Australian Digital Health development. It allows the user not only to access these resources, but also to browse for new events and read the about the latest releases and developments in Digital Health. We provide easy-to-use guides and resources for developers who want to integrate digital health innovation into their platforms.
Digital Health Online Forms
The registration forms for the Healthcare Identifiers Service, NASH, and the My Health Record system are now online with customer support, tips and advice.
eHealth Incentive Product Register
This website is managed by the Agency on behalf of the Australian healthcare community. It provides a register of medical software products and organisations that meet the requirements of the Practice Incentives Program (PIP) eHealth Incentive.
Global Digital Health Partnership (GDHP)
The Global Digital Health Partnership (GDHP) is an international collaboration of governments, government agencies and multinational organisations dedicated to improving the health and well-being of their citizens through the best use of evidence-based digital technologies. Read our vision and principles and find out who’s involved.
My Health Record Website
Keep track of your important health information all in one place. For you and your family - My Health Record is an online summary of your health information. You control what goes into your record, and who is allowed to access it. Share your health information with doctors, hospitals and other healthcare providers from anywhere, any time. For healthcare professionals - The Federal Government announced in the 2017 Budget a commitment to continue to expand the My Health Record system. By the end of 2018, every Australian will have a My Health Record unless they choose not to have one. Through the My Health Record system you will access timely information about your patients such as shared health summaries, discharge summaries, prescription and dispense records, pathology reports and diagnostic imaging reports.
My Health Record Developer
Integrate digital health into your platform with My Health Record Developer. We provide easily customised guides and resources for developers who want to integrate digital health products into their platforms.
My Health Record Training for Providers of IT Support to General Practice
These self-paced learning modules provide an brief overview of the My Health Record system and step-by-step instructions for connecting to it, including installing HI and NASH Certificates and looking up and importing patients' IHIs.
National Children's Digital Health Collaborative
Find out more about the Collaborative and how you can get involved to help improve Australian children's health and wellbeing through digital technology.
National Clinical Terminology Service (NCTS)
The National Clinical Terminology Service (NCTS), operated by the Australian Digital Health Agency, is responsible for managing, developing and distributing national clinical terminologies and related tools and services to support the digital health requirements of the Australian healthcare community.
On Demand Training
Healthcare professionals can now simulate use of the eHealth functionality in their software. Each software product below has been made available with the kind assistance of software vendors, who each provide their own training in this functionality.
Practice Incentives Program (PIP) eHealth Incentive
The Practice Incentives Program (PIP) eHealth Incentive is aimed at supporting general practice activities that encourage continuing improvements and quality care, enhance capacity, and improve access and health outcomes for patients.
Register of Conformity
The Register of Conformity is managed by the Agency on behalf of the Department of Health. It provides information on health software systems and organisations that meet national digital health standards and specifications.