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About My Script List (MySL)

My Script List (MySL) is an aggregated list of a patient’s current active prescriptions and is a Department of Health conformant Active Script List (ASL) Registry. MySL has been created in-line with the Australian Digital Health Agency (ADHA) Conformance Profile and ePrescription Architecture.

MySL is operated by Medication Knowledge Pty Ltd, a joint venture between Australia’s two existing prescription exchange services, eRx Script Exchange and MediSecure.

MySL for…

PATIENTS

PHARMACISTS

DOCTORS

IT SOLUTIONS

MySL for Patients

The My Script List (MySL) is an optional service which allows you and your chosen health professionals to see a list of all of your prescriptions which are available for dispense. You are in control of which pharmacies and doctors have access to your prescription list and can view it yourself using a medication management app.

MySL is not part of the My Health Record (MyHR) service and is optional for patients. To sign up for the MySL service simply talk to your pharmacist or doctor who can assist with your registration.

View or download the MySL Patient brochure

MySL for Pharmacists

The MySL service pulls together a view of both ePrescriptions and paper prescriptions for patients who consent to the service. In many ways MySL is like an electronic version of the traditional Scripts on File service offered by many pharmacies. Pharmacists may enroll patients for the service via the assisted registration process and request access to view and dispense from a patient’s list.

The MySL service gives pharmacists a more complete view of a patient’s current active prescriptions and removes the need for ePrescription tokens.

MySL for Doctors

The MySL service pulls together a view of both ePrescriptions and paper prescriptions for patients who consent to the service. Doctors may enroll patients for the service via the assisted registration process and request access to view a patient’s list.

The MySL service gives pharmacists a more complete view of a patient’s current active prescriptions and removes the need for ePrescription tokens.

MySL for IT Solution Providers

The MySL service is a Department of Health conformant Active Script List Registry in-line with the Australian Digital Health Agency Conformance Architecture. Vendors interested in interacting with the service’s APIs should contact their preferred prescription exchange.