Above image: Screengrab from the official MHR website The Australian Digital Health Agency (ADHA) today announced the upgrade of My Health Record (MHR), an online, electronic summary of one’s key health information, with enhanced clinical workflow capabilities, which will enable healthcare providers to more easily identify and group together relevant tests and results and provide the best possible healthcare. This includes the keeping track of tests, knowing when they were carried out and monitoring patients’ results over time. According to ADHA, more than 31 million clinical documents and more than 1.3 billion Medicare documents have already been uploaded to MHR. The upgrade means that Pathology and Diagnostic Imaging Overviews are automatically available from Clinical Information System (CIS) applications that implemented the My Health Record Document List. Prior to this upgrade, CIS vendors had to do development work to implement the Pathology and DI Views. Now CIS applications that have […]