Reports, Responses and other Documents
In the last ~15 years, the Australasian College of Health Informatics has published a substantial number of evidence-based reports and comment documents on a broad range of relevant government or NGO reports, RFCs and drafts. ACHI Fellows, Members and associated experts have authored the documents listed below.
Reports, Responses and other Documents Published by the College
ACHI Comments on 'National Guidelines for On-Screen Display of Clinical Medicines Information' (joint with AIHI/APSF - May 2015)
'Patient Access to Pathology Results' - full paper (Edwards G, Georgiou A, Legg M, - 3 November 2014)
ACHI Encourages Consumer Access to Pathology Results (Press Release - 30 October 2014)
ACHI Welcomes the Release of the PCEHR Review (Press Release - 22 May 2014)
ACHI Response to Medicare Locals Review (December 2013)
ACHI Response to PCEHR Review (November 2013)
ACHI Response to DoHA "PCEHR Legislative Issues" (August 2011)
ACHI Response to Draft PCEHR Concept of Operations (May 2011, updated June 2011)
Report on HealthCom 2009 Conference (ACHI Past President Dr Terry Hannan - Sydney, Dec. 2009)
Report on "Realising Our Broadband Future" Workshop (Sydney, Dec. 2009)
Letter to Prime Minister Rudd re e-Health Implementation (via Coalition for eHealth - Dec. 2009)
ACHI Submission to NEHTA Review (Aug. 2007)
Report on NEHTA and ACSQH e-Health Conference (March 2007)
ACHI Submission on Access Card Privacy (Oct. 2006)
Australian Health Informatics Educational Framework (Garde S, Hovenga E - March 2006)
ACHI Paper on eHealth Strategy (Dec. 2005)
If you want to suggest a report or draft that the College should consider for comment, please contact
Publications by College Fellows and Members
Most ACHI Fellows and Members have made significant contributions as authors and editors to many well-known health informatics books.
Some of these books are listed on our ACHI Health Informatics Publications page.