In reference to assertions that the number of registrations for MyHealthRecord is impressive, somebody’s been watching: http://mailman.anu.edu.au/pipermail/link/2018-July/105457.html
I track the daily rate of many of the items they report on, the most relevant are # registrations/day and #Shared Health Summaries uploaded/day
A visual inspection of registrations/day seem to be following a gradual decline over the past year.
SHS/day have a very definite three month cycle which match exactly the ePIP, the Practice Incentives Program, which is the incentive paid to GPs to upload myhr data. GP’s get paid I think $33k/period if they meet a certain upload number abased upon a % off their patients. Some GPs have had to pay money back
So registrations were declining. Explains the desperation. Can’t afford to have such an expensive program wither & die.