Electronic prescribing - using ASL in general practice
On-demand recorded 5 May 2022
Electronic prescribing is now widely available and used across Australia. The Active Script List (ASL) is a new functionality to help patients manage their electronic prescriptions and is anticipated to be available to most people across Australia in 2022.
In this session, delivered in partnership with the Australian Digital Health Agency, we discuss how the ASL works, how patients sign up, how GPs view the ASL, how GPs stop medicines going to the ASL and we also answer your questions.
This session is part of the Digital health live Q&A series running across May.
- Explain how the ASL works
- Describe the potential benefits and limitations of the ASL
- Articulate how a patient registers for an ASL
- Explain how a prescriber can stop medicines going to the ASL
This event attracts 1 CPD points
This event is part of Digital health live Q & A series. Events in this series are:
Ms Angela Parker
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.