eHealth software developer webinar

NEHTA is this week hosting its first webinar in a series designed to help software developers connect their health information systems to the national eHealth record system.

The National E-Health Transition Authority (NEHTA) is this week hosting its first webinar in a series designed to help software developers connect their health information systems to the national eHealth record system.

This first webinar, Introduction to the national eHealth record system for software developers, is designed for developers who haven’t connected their products to the national eHealth infrastructure yet.

It aims to provide an introduction to the national eHealth infrastructure, including the information software developers need before they begin planning an implementation.

This webinar is a good opportunity for participants to gain a high level understanding of eHealth concepts or familiarise themselves with new services such as the PCEHR developer website, according to NEHTA.

The program includes the following topics:

  • Introduction and benefits of the national eHealth infrastructure
  • eHealth record system overview
  • Healthcare Identifiers (HI)
  • The HI Service
  • National Authentication Service for Health (NASH)
  • Clinical documents
  • The PCEHR developer website
  • Other resources for developers

The 90-minute webinar is scheduled for Wednesday 16 December 2015 at 2:00pm Australian Eastern Daylight Time, or 1:00pm Australian Eastern Standard Time.

Those wishing to attend should email help@nehta.gov.au with the name, phone number, and email address of each attendee by Monday 14 December, 5pm, to receive details on how to connect.

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