Child Digital Health Record

A new way of managing your child's health information

Currently a child’s valuable health and development information is captured in hard-copy baby books such as the Red Book in Queensland and Yellow Book in Victoria.

These books must be carried between healthcare appointments by a child’s parents and carers, and can often be forgotten or misplaced, or not available in the case of an emergency.

A Child Digital Health Record will capture this information digitally so it is easily accessible by a child’s family and healthcare providers, making it readily available when and where it is needed.

This work will be led by New South Wales in partnership with Victoria.

A new way of managing your child's health information

Currently a child’s valuable health and development information is captured in hard-copy baby books such as the Red Book in Queensland and Yellow Book in Victoria.

These books must be carried between healthcare appointments by a child’s parents and carers, and can often be forgotten or misplaced, or not available in the case of an emergency.

A Child Digital Health Record will capture this information digitally so it is easily accessible by a child’s family and healthcare providers, making it readily available when and where it is needed.

This work will be led by New South Wales in partnership with Victoria.