The National E-Health Transition Authority (NEHTA) has announced the second webinar in its series designed to help software developers connect health information systems to the national eHealth record system and Healthcare Identifiers service.
NEHTA is running a series of webinars for organisations developing software to support the national eHealth programme, the first was held in mid-December and provided developers with the information they needed before they began planning an implementation.
It has also recently set up the My Health Record system Developer Community and is inviting people who attended or registered for the webinars to become a member and stay up to date support services and future programs.
The next webinar on 3 February will outline the steps for software developers to connect their system to the My Health Record system as well as cover the resources available to support an implementation.
The 90-minute program Connecting your software to the My Health Record system – Process and Resources webinar includes the following topics:
- Organisations involved and their role
- Integration resources
- Testing resources
- Have you already started connecting your software to the My Health Record system?
This webinar aims to provide high level understanding of what is required and the support available for those contemplating or in the scoping stage of connecting software to the My Health Record system and is also suitable as a refresher or to bring new staff up to speed for those who have already started the process, according to NEHTA.
The webinar takes place on Wednesday 3 February 2016 1:30 pm Australian Eastern Daylight Time and is expected to run for 90 minutes.
RSVP by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org by 5pm Monday 1 February with the name, phone number, and email address of each attendee for details on how to connect.
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