My Health Record Education for Hospitals

The Australian Digital Health Agency’s Education Team is available to help meet your ongoing My Health Record education and training obligations.

Hospitals working to meet the requirements of the National Safety and Quality Health Service (NSQHS) Standards (Actions 1.17 and 1.18) will be required to work toward implementing systems that can provide clinical information into the My Health Record system. An important component when implementing My Health Record in your hospital is the ongoing education and training of your healthcare providers and staff.

Education for Hospital Staff

To support this, the ADHA offers a range of free education options, including:

  • Introduction to My Health Record education webinars for healthcare providers and staff, as well as bespoke webinars for key departments such as ED or pharmacy.
  • Virtual classroom sessions for hospital healthcare providers and staff (with a live demonstration – pending access to a suitable test/training environment).

Existing training opportunities

Education for VMOs

In addition, ensuring the VMOs are connected to My Health Record will enhance clinical usefulness in your hospitals. We offer:

  • My Health Record webinars for your VMOs/specialists including support with connecting to My Health Record in their private practices.

Note: all sessions can be recorded and made available to other staff via your Intranet.

A number of clinical software products are conformant for My Health Record and are used by VMOs. The current list of clinical software products conformant for My Health Record can be accessed here.

If you’re interested in learning more about any of the above options, please contact the Education Team at If you require more general support, including support with connecting to My Health Record, please contact the Agency’s Partnerships Team at