eRequesting and Advance care planning and My Health Record
On-demand recorded 22 Jun 2021
Electronic requesting, or eRequesting, enables pathology and diagnostic imaging requests to be transferred from your general practice clinical information system (CIS) directly to the pathology or diagnostic imaging provider via secure electronic communication. In this webinar, delivered in partnership with the Australian Digital Health Agency, we discuss how eRequesting works, how you can set up your practice to get started and how eRequests work with My Health Record.
The second half of this webinar focuses on managing and sharing Advance care planning documents in My Health Record. One of the challenges of advance care planning is ensuring an up-to-date copy of relevant documents are accessible to the treating doctors and better linkage with My Health Record could be a solution.
Download the webinar resource pack here.
- Describe how eRequesting works as a requester
- Articulate the benefits of eRequests
- Articulate which advance care planning documents can be uploaded to My Health Record
- Explain how My Health Record can support advance care planning
This event attracts 2 CPD points
Dr Rob Hosking
MBBS, FRACGP, DRANZCOG
Dr Rob Hosking has been interested in eHealth since commencing practice in Bacchus Marsh in Victoria in 1990. He gained his Graduate Certificate in Health Informatics from Monash University in 2000.
Rob has worked on a number of eHealth related committees at NPS Medicinewise and the Royal College of Pathologists of Australasia. Rob has been involved with the RACGP eHealth committee since 2008 and is currently the Chair of the RACGP Expert Committee – Practice Technology and Management.
Dr David Adam
MBBS, DCH, FRACGP
David is a general practitioner and hospice doctor in the eastern suburbs of Perth. He is a member of the Practice Technology and Management RACGP Expert Committee and represented the RACGP in the Electronic Prescribing Technical Working Group established by the Australian Digital Health Agency and the Department of Health.