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Changes to My Health Record date

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People living in rural and remote areas around Australia are being encouraged by the Australian Digital Health Agency to create their own My Health Record.

There will be an opportunity for people to test it out during the extended opt out period which now ends on November 15.

CEO Mark Diamond said having a My Health Record could be a real lifesaver for people in the bush who don’t always have easy access to healthcare services.

“My Health Record offers compelling health benefits, especially for people living in rural and remote areas so it makes sense for people to at least try it before deciding if it is right for them,” Mr Diamond said.

He said it would help a medical team, especially in rural areas, if a patient is unconscious because if they don’t have access to health history they may not be able to perform lifesaving care.

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