Using My Health Record in General Practice


This newly updated, FREE self-paced online course supports GPs to become familiar with and confident in using the My Health Record system. It also outlines the benefits, features and functionalities of My Health Record.


Learning Outcomes

  1. Determine the key health information that can be accessed to support clinical decision-making and improve patient safety
  2. Integrate My Health Record into routine practice
  3. Outline the importance of uploading quality data to the My Health Record system.


Accreditation: This learning is accredited by ACRRM and RACGP.


  • What is My Health Record?
  • What is in My Health Record?
  • When and how to view key documents and overviews in My Health Record?
  • How and when to upload to MHR?
  • Other documents that general practice may contribute
  • Data quality and clinical coding
  • How MHR can be integrated in clinical workflows and routine practice.

Focus: My Health Record; digital health; MHR; data quality

Disclaimer: Please note, once you click 'Register now' you will be leaving the AMA’s website and entering a third-party education provider’s website. If you choose to register for this learning, you will need to provide some of your personal information directly to the third-party education provider. If you have any queries about how third-party education providers use, disclose or store your personal information you should consult their privacy policy.


Online Education
1h : 0m
MBA: 1h : 0m
ACRRM - Fellow: 1h : 0m
ACRRM - Non Fellow: 1h : 0m
RACGP: 2 pts
Digital Health
Medical Student, Doctor-in-Training, Practice Manager, Retired, Specialist General Practitioner
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