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The Hot Top 20 most-read stories on Pulse+IT in 2023

16 December 2023
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By Kate McDonald
ADHA CIO Amanda Cattermole and DoHAC secretary Daniel McCabe at the MedInfo conference in Sydney on July 12. Photo: Richard O'Leary/Event Photography.

There was a great deal of interest – but very little detail – on the federal government’s MyMedicare voluntary patient enrolment scheme this year, which may explain why a story from an AAPM-hosted webinar on the topic topped the list of most popular stories this year.

The government’s plans for information sharing, the big investments in the federal budget and ADHA’s national interoperability plan were also highly rated. A bit of snooping and leaking, online scripts and developments in electronic medical records rounded out the top 20.

1. MyMedicare on My Health Record and MyGov: how VPE will work

2. MedInfo23: Australia to mandate sharing health data with consumers by default

3. Free FHIR training to ignite drive towards interoperability

4. MedInfo23: ADHA launches national health interoperability plan

5. Budget 2023: $429m for My Health Record modernisation, permanent funding for ADHA

6. Police called, staff sacked over leaking of patients records to ANMF

7. $1 billion price tag for NSW’s Epic single digital patient record

8. Alfred Health pharmacist dismissed for snooping on medical records

9. Health API gateway in action of my health consumer app

10. Medmate says medical board crackdown on online scripts will disadvantage millions

11. Govt to release digital health blueprint to outline vision for connected health

12. Rocky start for MyMedicare from unexpected PRODA glitch

13. Butler commits to long-term funding for My Health Record

14. Altera wins $9m contract for first phase of Victoria’s health information sharing platform

15. Fred IT to host national electronic prescription service through eRx

16. Hills calls in administrators after Western Sydney patient infotainment system lawsuit loss

17. End of the seven-day delay as My Health Record upload ‘by default’ consultation kicks off

18. Tasmania on the market for statewide EMR, ambulance PCR

19. NSW Health moves to standardise communications on MS Teams

20. MedInfo 23: NSW building single digital front door with Healthdirect

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