Your Results

Secure electronic access to your results.

Online Access to Results

Canberra Specialist Ultrasound is able to provide your doctor with electronic access to your reports and images. In certain circumstances your referring practitioner may request films, which can still be provided.

As you will have no hardcopy films to collect we will provide you with log in details so that you are able to view your images and report on any computer with Internet access. For security reasons you will be prompted to change your password when logging in for the first time.

It will take up to 24 hours for your results to be viewable online however your referring doctor will receive them much faster than this. These results will be available for approximately 3 years.

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Fast

This service helps your doctor to meet your health care needs in the most efficient way possible by allowing fast and convenient electronic access to your results.


Secure

Online access is designed to be secure and to ensure that your privacy is protected. Further information on electronic access and your privacy is available below.


Green

By receiving digital copies of your reports and images, assists CSU in reducing the use of paper, film and many chemicals.

Your Privacy, Our Priority

Electronic access & your privacy

We collect personal information about patients in the course of providing each patient with our services. This personal information is stored securely and managed by us in accordance with our privacy requirements under the Privacy Act 1988, the Health Records (Privacy and Access) Act 1997 and other applicable requirements.

Please see the tabs below for our Privacy Policy Surrounding Electronic Access.
For the entire Canberra Specialist Ultrasound Privacy Policy, click here.

In this privacy policy, “we”, “us” and “our” means Canberra Specialist Ultrasound. Canberra Specialist Ultrasound means Canberra Specialist Ultrasound Pty Limited (ABN 76 145 584 210) and its related entities.

Information we collect

The information we collect about patients includes: personal details such as each patient’s name, address, date of birth and telephone number and information specific to the services each patient requests from us (patient reports, x-rays and other medical images)

How we use your information

The information we collect about patients is stored securely by us and used to provide patients with the services they request from us and from practitioners. In particular, we store patient reports and medical images on an electronic database so that they may be accessed by the practitioner who referred the particular patient to us as well as other specialist practitioners. This allows those parties responsible for providing each patient with health advisory and other services to have access to the necessary information when required.

Who else has access?

In addition to referring and specialist practitioners, each patient’s personal information may also be accessed by parties who are responsible for maintaining and ensuring the proper functioning of our data storage systems, including the electronic database maintained by us. These parties will only access a patient’s personal information to the extent necessary to ensure the proper functioning of our data storage systems. We may disclose a patient’s information to other parties (such as government or law enforcement agencies) if required by law.

Your access to your information

Unless we have reason to prevent or restrict disclosure, each patient is able to access, update and correct their personal information stored by contacting Canberra Specialist Ultrasound.

If no information is provided?

In addition to referring and specialist practitioners, each patient’s personal information may also be accessed by parties who are responsible for maintaining and ensuring the proper functioning of our data storage systems, including the electronic database maintained by us. These parties will only access a patient’s personal information to the extent necessary to ensure the proper functioning of our data storage systems. We may disclose a patient’s information to other parties (such as government or law enforcement agencies) if required by law.

Important
It is important that you keep these access cards somewhere safe (with the new password) as the results of any further scans you may have will require the same log in details to be viewed.
It will also allow Doctors other than your referrer to view the report.
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