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My Health Record: What’s Next? (Newport/Epping)

Wed 6th March @ 6:30 pm


Wednesday 6 March, 2019 – Newport, Metro Mirage Hotel
Wednesday 20 March, 2019 – Epping, The Epping Club

All Australians who now have a My Health Record may ask you to upload or view information in their record. Are you prepared?

This workshop will explore the My Health Record system and its medico-legal aspects to help Specialists, GPs, and allied health increase their confidence in using the system. It will delve not the systems’ features, functionalities, benefits and usage, as they relate to medical practice, clinical workflow and patients.


Wed 6th March

6:30 pm - 9:00 pm

Metro Mirage Hotel
2 Queens Pde West
Newport NSW 2106
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This activity has been allocated 4 Category 2 points under the 2017-2019 RACGP QI & CPD program.


Dr Laila Tabassum, Education and Support Lead, Australian Digital Health Agency. Dr Laila Tabassum is Medical doctor with a strong research and digital health background. She has worked on and with My Health Record for the past five years. She is passionate about My Health Record becoming the platform for providing integrated care to all Australians.

Ms Karen Keogh, Partner, Health team, HWL Ebsworth Lawyers. Karen Keogh specialises in corporate and commercial work providing general healthcare and legal advice on a wide range of issues across the health industry. In the last few years, Karen has been instructed in various matters relating to digital health providing advice on contracting arrangements with third parties, privacy and data breach issues, cybersecurity and website terms and conditions.


GPs, Specialists and Allied Health Professionals.

  • List the features and benefits of the My Health Record system.
  • Describe how to inform patients of the benefits of the My Health Record system.
  • Describe the privacy and security measures taken to protect My Health Record and how to discuss privacy concerns.
  • Describe how accessing My Health Record can contribute to patient care.
  • Apply practice policies and procedures with regard to regulatory compliance, consent, privacy, negligence and subpoenas.
There is no cost for GPs or health professionals working within the SNHN region.

Fri 1st March 2019


Judy or Robi, Education Coordinators – 9432 8250 or events@snhn.org.au.

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