The Guild is dedicated to providing members with a wide range of business support, tools, resources and information. Below you will find publications, fact sheets and links to business support material to assist you in the management and development
To connect to the My Health Record system you will need to complete the following steps:Register with the Healthcare Identifiers Services and obtain a HPI-O , you can do this online via the Australian Digital Health Agency:Register to participate
Digital Health Hub This Digital Health Hub is designed to support Guild members in accessing authoritative information and guidance on community pharmacy-related digital health initiatives and opportunities. ACCESS MEMBER-ONLY INFORMATION Community
This section contains information on pharmacy innovations in eHealth, electronic recording and reporting of controlled drugs (ERRCD), the MedView project, secure messaging, telehealth and electronic transfer of prescriptions (ETP).
One of the key problems facing Australian health care professionals is the lack of access to consolidated medications information and an inability to easily share information between health professionals. When patients move between care settings,
The My Health Records Act 2012, the My Health Records Rule 2016 and the My Health Records Regulation 2012 create the legislative framework for the My Health Record system. This legislative framework ensures that only those authorised can access
The national My Health Record system (previously known as the Personally Controlled Electronic Health Record or PCEHR) is an Australian Government initiative designed to allow doctors, hospitals and other healthcare providers, such as pharmacists to
The Guild has an Agreement with the Australian Digital Health Agency (ADHA) to promote the clinical uptake and use of My Health Record (MHR) and part of that Agreement includes our support in the delivery of the Pharmacists Digital Health…