Guide to this report
This annual report describes the operations and performance of the Australian Digital Health Agency (the Agency) during 2020–21. The report was prepared in accordance with legislated reporting requirements under the Public Governance, Performance and Accountability Act 2013 (PGPA Act) and other Commonwealth legislation including the My Health Records Act 2012.
Part 1. Introduction and overview
Introduces the Agency, and provides an overview of its operations, its achievements in 2020–21, and priorities for 2020–21.
Details the Agency’s performance against work plan priorities captured in its Corporate Plan 2020–21 and against ministerial targets published in the Health Portfolio Budget Statements (PBS) 2020–21. It also addresses reporting obligations under the My Health Records Act 2012.
Part 3. Management and accountability
Discusses the Agency’s governance arrangements, external scrutiny, human resources and executive remuneration and audit committee disclosures. It also includes mandatory reporting obligations concerning workplace health and safety, advertising and market research, ecologically sustainable development and environmental performance.
Includes the report by the Auditor-General and the Agency’s financial statements for 2020–21.
Contains references to assist the reader to use the report – an index of compliance with annual report content requirements and a list of abbreviations and acronyms.
The Agency wishes to advise people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander descent that this document may contain images of persons now deceased.
Feedback and inquiries
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Performance Reporting Australian Digital Health Agency
25/175 Liverpool Street, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
Phone: 1300 901 001
Email: help [at] digitalhealth.gov.au
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The Australian Digital Health Agency is jointly funded by the Australian Government and all state and territory governments.
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