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My Health Record Guidelines in Residential Aged Care Published


Global Community Resourcing (GCR) was contracted by Aged Care Industry Information Technology Council (ACIITC) to project manage and codesign the development of the My Health Record Guidelines for Residential Aged Care. This collaboration has resulted in the publication of guidelines tailored to the residential aged care sector. The My Health Record Guidelines for Residential Aged Care provides valuable insights and recommendations on effectively utilising the My Health Record system in residential aged care settings.


As the aged care industry continues to evolve and embrace digital technologies, it becomes increasingly important to have clear guidelines in place to ensure the efficient use of digital health records. With the expertise and project management of GCR, ACIITC in partnership with a number of organisations delivered these guidelines to the Australian Digital Health Agency to address the unique needs and challenges of the aged care sector.


GCR would like to acknowledge the other partners involved in this project including Allied Health Professionals Australia (AHPA), Leading Age Services Australia (LASA), Aged & Community Services Australia (ACSA) and Australian Nursing Midwifery Foundation (ANMF).


The My Health Record Guidelines for Residential Aged Care offer practical advice and best practices for residential aged care providers and professionals. It covers a wide range of topics, including consent, privacy, security, interoperability, and data management. These guidelines aim to enhance the understanding of My Health Record functionalities and assist aged care organisations in implementing effective strategies to maximise the benefits of this digital health platform.


To access the My Health Record Guidelines for Residential Aged Care visit the ACIITC website https://www.aciitc.com.au/my-health-record-guidelines-for-aged-care/.

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