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Uploading allergy information to My Health Record from your clinical software - Webinar 31 March 2022

Webinar watchingWhen you upload information about a patient’s allergies and adverse reactions to My Health Record it becomes available to a their other treating healthcare providers. This is important for their safety. Documents uploaded to My Health Record by specialists and viewed by other healthcare providers increased by 23% in January 2022.

Find out how to upload allergy information in our upcoming 30-minute webinar suitable for specialists using a range of conformant clinical software. Dr William Smith (Clinical immunology/allergy specialist) and Dr Kathy Rainbird (Australian Digital Health Agency) will explain why this is important and how you can do this directly from your clinical software. The webinar will include a step-through demonstration using Genie software, and time for questions.

Date and time: 8pm AEDT (5pm WST) Thursday 31 March 2022

Register now: https://register.gotowebinar.com/#register/3760776590315362830

The National Allergy Strategy Australian Digital Health Agency Project has developed fact sheets to step specialists through the process of uploading allergy information via their letters and uploading an event summary. These fact sheets and others are available on the NAS Australian Digital Health Agency Project | Health Professionals page.


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Allergic diseases have become an increasingly important chronic disease and public health issue in Australia and other developed countries over the last two decades, contributing to increased demand for medical services, significant economic cost of care and reduced quality of life of people with allergic diseases and their carers.


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