AHPA collaborates with all member peak associations to produce submissions to public consultations which communicate sector wide perspectives.

Find below AHPA and our members responses to public consultations related to digital health. The submissions convey consensus views for the allied health sector as a whole.

AHPA aims to enable key stakeholders to work together to progress the sector as a whole for faster outcomes where appropriate.

Please note, individual professional associations may also provide complementary responses where desired and you can check our members websites for these.

All AHPA submissions are available to read here.

Australian Core Data for Interoperability (AUCDI) Release 1: Community Feedback Response – March 2024

In response to the Australian Digital Health Agency’s call for feedback to the Australian Core Data for Interoperability (AUCDI) Release 1, AHPA has made this  submission in consultation with its member organisations.

The AHPA feedback relates to the data items and their prioritsation in the AUCDI roadmap and welcomes collaboration with the Agency into the future.

Better access: Sharing pathology and diagnostic imaging reports to My Health Record by default – October 2023

This submission is AHPA’s response to the Department of Health and Aged Care’s consultation: Modernising My Health Record – Sharing pathology and diagnostic imaging reports by default and removing consumer access delays – Australian Government Department of Health – Citizen Space.

AHPA look forward to the follow up discussions which will inevitably need to occur as well as participating in the impending related clinical reference group.