This is a list of information published by CHF that relates closely to digital health.

My Health Record is the most important digital health reform for Australians in 2018. You can find out more about it and how it works through our series of 6 webinars on the topic: chf.org.au/hub-my-health-record-webinar-series

 

The report on the evaluation of the opt-out trials for My Health Record showed that the approach would help ensure the full health benefits of a shared electronic health record could be realised the Consumers Health Forum says “CHF has been calling for an opt-out system backed by strong community...
This is a brief initial submission in response to the discussion paper released by the Agency in November 2016. We look forward to working with the Agency to involve consumers more and to progress and resolve the issues raised in this submission and by other consumers through the consultation...
The new measures to accelerate roll-out of the My Health Record, the national electronic health records system, is an important step forward for Australia’s health, the Consumers Health Forum said today. The Chief Executive Officer of the Consumers Health Forum, Leanne Wells, said that the trials...
CHF has been engaged with the development of an electronic health record and system since its inception, and our submission is drawn from submissions into previous inquiries into the Personally Controlled Electronic Health Record (PCEHR) and similar issues, as well as the experiences of our...
eHealth: the future is now
CHF welcomes the review into the Personally Controlled Electronic Health Records (PCEHR) System. CHF has undertaken extensive work on eHealth, particularly in relation to the PCEHR. Our submission draws on consultations with our membership, which includes organisations advocating for disease specific groups and networks, state and territory peak consumer organisations and individual consumers. CHF’s submission also draws on consultations undertaken through our Facilitating Consumer Input on the PCEHR Project, as well as previous submissions to consultations relating to the PCEHR. CHF also conducted an eHealth consultation in Feb 2012 as part of the Community Quality Use of Medicines and Medical Tests (CQUM/T) Project.
Moving forward in the critical area of eHealth.
The purpose of this paper is to inform the range of techniques to best engage with consumers on the development and implementation of the PCEHR system and other eHealth initiatives; and to identify possible consumer needs and issues in the implementation of the PCEHR system. This paper draws on...

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