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Using My Health Record in Aged Care: case study and demonstration Members login for free access About RACGP online events


Type: On-demand
Recorded: 8 Mar 2023


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Using My Health Record in Aged Care: case study and demonstration

On-demand recorded 8 Mar 2023

My Health Record can provide access to accurate and relevant clinical information uploaded by a range of healthcare providers (GPs, hospitals, pharmacists), that may assist in improving quality of life, care coordination and reduce potential medication misadventures.

This webinar, delivered in collaboration with the Australian Digital Health Agency, will explore the benefits of using My Health Record through a case study to assist attendees’ understanding of how to use the clinical information in My Health Record and apply it to everyday workflow/practice or care in the aged care sector. There will also be an opportunity for participants to ask questions.

A webinar resources pack with links to RACGP and Australian Digital Health Agency resources is available to download by clicking here.

This session is part of the Practice Essentials Webinar Series 2023.

Learning outcomes

  1. Describe the potential benefits of using My Health Record when supporting care for patients in residential aged care facilities
  2. Articulate how residential aged care facility staff can utilise My Health Record
  3. Demonstrate how to access My Health Record when offsite from the practice via the Provider Portal.

This event is part of Practice essentials webinar series. Events in this series are:


Dr Steven Kaye

Steven has been an RACGP Expert Committee member in eHealth / Practice Technology & Management since 2016. He has previously been the Deputy Chair of the Bayside Medicare Local and chair of the Bayside GP Network. Steven is a GP Registrar Supervisor for Eastern Victoria GP Training, an examiner for the RACGP fellowship and the Managing Partner of his General Practice in South East Melbourne. He has worked on many projects in an advisory role, including the ‘Shaping a Healthy Australia’ Working Group, My Health Record education program and the My Health Record External Assurance Committee.


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