When you first launch Healthi on your device you will need to make up a new secret PIN for the app, enter it twice and tap Set PIN, and then enter it again to log in, before you give Healthi access to your health records by entering your myGov username and password. After that, each time you use Healthi you will only need the PIN number to get in, rather than needing to enter your myGov username and password every time.
The PIN protects the app from someone picking up your phone and getting access to your health records, so be sure to use a unique code that is different to the ones you use to unlock your phone or on your bank cards. There is more technical information about this in our security and privacy policies.
If you forget your Healthi PIN, or you suspect that someone else knows your PIN, tap on Reset Profile and set a new PIN. After doing that you will need to repeat the process of giving Healthi access to your health records.
Login failures are generally due to issues with external services. Typically, the problem will go away automatically. If the problem persists, try the following:
Your My Health Record may not contain any information or documents as it is still a new service. At your next appointment with your usual healthcare provider, consider asking the doctor to upload a Shared Health Summary into your record.
By default, Healthi only shows you documents within a year of the current date. To view documents outside of the initial date range, use the date pickers on the grouped documents screen.
If Healthi shows “3 of 6” next to the medication name, this means there are 3 known dispenses of 6 total permitted supplies (1 original and 5 repeats). There could be other dispenses that happened without a record being uploaded. To accurately report the number of repeats remaining, all prescription and dispense records must be uploaded to the My Health Record. If there is a question mark shown, like “1 of ?”, this means the prescription record is not available, and the total number of repeats is unknown.
You can register for a new My Health Record or get access to an existing My Health Record on the My Health Record web site. If your healthcare provider has assisted you to register and given you an Identification Verification Code (IVC), you can enter your code when requested. If someone you know has given you a Personal Access Code (PAC) to enable you to access their My Health Record, you can enter the code when requested.
Healthi can access:
However, on February 10, 2017, the system operator temporarily disabled access from mobile apps to records for which you are a Nominated Representative.
If you can't see your family members in the record selection screen, they may not have their own individual My Health Record, or you may not be recorded as their authorised or nominated representative.
When a My Health Record is created for a child, one or both parents are usually set up as the Authorised Representative. If you are not set up as an Authorised Representative but feel you should be, you can apply to the System Operator and show that you have parental responsibility or legal authority to act on behalf of the individual. You may show a birth certificate, a Medicare card with both names, an order from an Australian court or tribunal proving parenthood, an enduring power of attorney, enduring guardianship or guardianship order, or a complete a statutory declaration. Application can be made online, in writing, by calling 1800 723 471 or in person at a service centre that offers Medicare services.
On February 10, 2017, the system operator temporarily disabled access from mobile apps to records for which you are a Nominated Representative. These records can still be accessed through the My Health Record website.
Someone who wants you to have read-only access or full access to their record can generate a Personal Access Code (PAC) in the My Health Record system and you can enter this code in the My Health Record website.
Your child can choose whether to manage their own My Health Record. If they don’t choose to take control, you can continue to manage the record until they turn 18. Parents are not able to view the Medicare benefits, Pharmaceutical benefits or Immunisation Register details of children aged over 14.
You will automatically lose access to your child’s My Health Record when they turn 18. If they still want you to view information, they will need to take control and set you up as a Nominated Representative.
Yes, Healthi has security measures in place to protect your records. If you would like to know more about the security you can read the security policy here.
Choose a PIN that is easy to remember, but hard to guess (e.g. don’t use date of birth or address details). Memorise your PIN and do not write it down or tell anyone your PIN. Make sure no one watches you enter your PIN when you log into the mobile app.
If you forget your PIN, don't worry. Just tap on the Reset Profile button and set a new PIN code. If you keep entering the wrong PIN code, after 5 wrong attempts you will be locked out for 15 minutes then after a total of 10 wrong attempts you will be locked out for 24 hours. The next wrong attempt will remove your access token from the app, meaning you will need to re-authorise Healthi to access the My Health Record system by logging back in to your myGov account. Don't worry, no information will be lost from your health records.
This may be due a change in the My Health Record service or you may be running an older version of the app. If you are running the latest version, connected to the internet, and still having problems, try authorising Healthi to access the My Health Record system again. At the bottom of the Select Record screen is a button that says, "To update your myGov login: Click here". Updating your myGov login will allow Healthi to access the My Health Record system again. If the problem still persists, contact our support centre.
The following table lists the devices and operating systems that are known to work with Healthi. If you are having trouble running Healthi, we recommend updating your operating system to the latest version that is supported by the device.
9.0 – 9.3.5
iPod Touch (5th generation)
iPad 2, iPad (3rd generation)
10.0 – 10.3.1
iPhone 5, 5C, 5S, 6, 6 Plus, 6S, 6S Plus, SE, 7 or 7 Plus
iPod Touch (6th generation)
iPad (4th generation), iPad Air or Air 2, iPad Mini 2, 3 or 4, iPad Pro
|Android Jelly Bean
4.1 – 4.3.1
|Not recommended - please upgrade your device|
4.4 – 4.4.4
|Not recommended - please upgrade your device|
5.0 – 5.1.1
HTC One (M7)
Samsung Galaxy S4
6.0 – 6.0.1
HTC One (M8)
Samsung Galaxy S5, S6, S6 Edge, Note 4, Note 5
ZTE Blade V7
7.0 – 7.1.1
Google Pixel, Pixel XL
HTC One M9, HTC 10
Huawei Google Nexus 6P
LG Google Nexus 5X
Samsung Galaxy S7, S7 Edge
Sony Xperia Z5