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Mar

14

2019

Learn How My Health Record Is Being Used in Practice

Do you want to learn how other health professionals are making My Health Record work for them and their patients?

You’re invited to have dinner with Dr Andrew Jeremijenko in Kingscliff on Thursday 4 April 2019. Dr Jeremijenko will explain how the My Health Record system is used practically between hospitals, general practices and specialist medical practices.

You will learn how to:

  • Save time and streamline business processes while improving continuous care for clients.
  • Be informed about recent legislation changes and understand legal obligations for information security.
  • Practically use My Health Record in everyday workflow.
  • View information from other healthcare providers and discuss what information is relevant to upload.

Dr Jeremijenko is a General Practitioner and specialist in Occupational and Environmental Medicine. He has had a diverse range of clinical experience including aeromedical evacuations, emergency medicine, epidemiology, influenza surveillance and disaster medicine.

Event Details:

Thursday 4 April 2019
6:30 to 9:00pm
Kingscliff Bowls Club, 131 Marine Parade, Kingscliff

Register by Monday 1 April 2019.

Click here to register online.

Enquiries:

Vicki McGowan
0408 755 340
vmcgowan@ncphn.org.au


Click here to visit the HealthPathway for My Health Record.

For a list of all localised pathways see:

Mid and North Coast Localised Pathways

Username: manchealth
Password: conn3ct3d

For further information about HealthPathways email kkeyte@ncphn.org.au or fryan@ncphn.org.au.

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