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My Health Record: New Pharmacist Shared Medicines List Explained

As a healthcare provider, soon you and your patients will be able to view a list of all Pharmacist Shared Medicines Lists (PSML) that have been uploaded to a My Health Record. This is a list of medicines a consumer is known to be taking including prescribed, over-the-counter and complementary medicines at the time the list is created. Allergies and adverse drug reactions information will also be included within a PSML.

This live and interactive webinar will explain what the PSML is and benefits to you and your patients in accessing this information when providing care.

Why is it important that I attend this webinar?

The PSML will improve information sharing between health professionals, ensure continuity of medicine management for patients who transfer between care settings, and provide timely access to a curated medicines list. It will also help to reduce medication interactions, which will help to improve both medicine safety and patient safety.

All healthcare providers and support staff are welcome to attend this webinar.

Please note: registrations for this webinar will close 24 hours prior to the event. A copy of the presentation will be made available to individuals who have registered to attend the webinar.

RSVP Here by Monday 29 July 7:00 pm

RSVP Here by Monday 29 July 7:00 pm

Venue: Webinar

Date/Time: Part day | Tue 30 Jul 2019, 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm (1hr)

Event Organiser: Australian Digital Health Agency

Email: Click here

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