- has universal coverage for the eligible population;
- contains reliable and relevant core clinical information about individuals that is not subject to access controls;
- aligns with clinical workflows and integrates with existing medical practice software;
- recognises and rewards additional activity required by clinicians providing information to the EMR
- has appropriate security measures in place to protect patient privacy, consistent with privacy of patient information in other forms;
- is governed by a single national entity which actively engages with medical and other stakeholders;
- is supported for implementation and operation across medical and other healthcare providers, starting with support and incentives for use by medical specialists; and
- is fully funded by governments and supported by appropriate incentives, education and training.
- Electronic Prescription Transfer Systems (2009)
- Technology-based patient consultations (2013)
- Medical practitioner responsibilities with electronic communication of clinical information (2013)
AMA demands minimum patient data set that can’t be altered.
Jun 16 2016 3:59PM