The Australian Digital Health Agency invites you to join a Q+A Support session on Electronic Prescribing. Sessions will run each week on varying days to help suit your schedule. We welcome all your questions and there is no requirement to have used electronic prescribing prior to joining a session. For those practices already generating and pharmacies dispensing electronic prescriptions, we would like to hear about your experiences and discuss feedback from your patients. 

You will be able to participate by speaking directly with our subject matter experts, or by submitting questions anonymously through our questions platform. If you would like to submit your questions prior to the session to ensure they are addressed, please use the questions and answers forum below.

All healthcare providers, pharmacists and administrative staff as welcome to participate.

This course is for pharmacists who are familiar with electronic prescription tokens and are looking to find out more about the Active Script List (ASL).

This course has been developed to provide dispensers with an introduction to electronic prescriptions, with a focus on the implementation of the token model.

There are 3 modules in this course and each can be accessed separately.
The first module will provide you with an overview of electronic prescriptions, while the second module uses a case study to demonstrate electronic prescriptions in action. The third module is optional and provides an overview of connecting to digital health resources.

To enrol and complete the course users will need to register an account with the Australian Digital Health Agency, and then self-enrol in the course.

This course has been developed to provide prescribers with an introduction to electronic prescriptions, with a focus on the implementation of the token model.

There are 3 modules in this course and each can be accessed separately. The first module will provide you with an overview of electronic prescriptions, while the second module uses a case study to demonstrate electronic prescriptions in action. The third module is optional and provides an overview of connecting to digital health resources.

To enrol and complete the course users will need to register an account with the Australian Digital Health Agency, and then self-enrol in the course.