HIPS - Release Note v7.2
- DH-2853:2019 HIPS - Release Note v7.2
|DH-2872:2019||HIPS - Release Note v7.1.1||07-06-2019|
|DH-2793:2019||HIPS - Release Note v7.0||22-01-2019|
|DH-2445:2016||HIPS - Release Note v6.1||07-11-2016|
|NEHTA-2263:2016||eHealth Integration Sample Code - Release Note v6.0||31-05-2016|
|NEHTA-2185:2016||eHealth Integration Sample Code - Release Note v2.0.3||02-02-2016|
|NEHTA-2040:2015||eHealth Integration Sample Code - Release Note v2.0||27-02-2015|
|NEHTA-1686:2014||eHealth Integration Sample Code - Release Note v1.0||15-04-2014|
HIPS v7.2 is a minor release that incorporates enhancements and defect fixes comprising of HPI-I relaxation for Pharmacist Shared Medicines List v1.1, CSP certificates for all functions, IHI searches based on address, IHI creation for newborns and MHR Assisted Registration for dependants.
1. HPI-I relaxation for Pharmacist Shared Medicines List v1.1
Sites with HPI-I exemption can now upload PSML v1.1 documents without HPI-Is.
2. CSP certificates for all functions
Sites with large numbers of HPI-O certificates can now significantly reduce overheads by registering as a CSP organisation. A single NASH CSP certificate can replace potentially large numbers of HPI-O certificates.
3. IHI searches based on address
Sites without access to other IHI search criteria are now able to use a consumer’s address instead. Both Australian unstructured and international addresses are supported.
4. IHI creation for newborns
Newborns can now be provided with a verified IHI.
Applies to newborns less than or equal to 14 calendar days of age at the time of processing. Following creation of the IHI, users can directly proceed to Assisted Registration of the newborn with the My Health Record system.
5. MHR Assisted Registration for dependants
Dependants who are not on the same Medicare card as their parent/authorised representative can now be registered for the My Health Record system using the Assisted Registration process.