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End-of-Financial-Year Admin Simplified with Provider Connect Australia™

As the end of the financial year approaches and paperwork starts to mount up, keeping your business details up-to-date doesn’t have to be a burden anymore. Provider Connect Australia™ (also known as PCA™) is a free initiative by the Australian Digital Health Agency (the Agency) that allows you to update your business information and automatically send those updates to your connected business partners. PCA™ provides a secure, fit-for-purpose, and connected digital solution designed to remove the administrative burden of running a healthcare provider organisation.

These partners include:

  • Healthcare directories, booking, and review services
  • Primary Health Networks
  • Professional bodies and associations
  • Public health services
  • Secure messaging and information exchanges

PCA™ will save time, reduce human error, and remove the hassle of filling out multiple forms.

Join the PHN for an online webinar with guest speaker, Jai Wedel, from the Australian Digital Health Agency for a demonstration on how PCA™ can streamline the way you communicate healthcare provider and service updates to business partners. Tuesday June 18 12.30pm – 1.30pm


You can self-register with PCA™ in your own time. Visit to learn more about

  • How it works
  • How to register
  • Its growing network of participating business partners including APodA and Health Hunter

The Agency also offers a dedicated support team that can assist you with registering for PCA™ , they can be contacted on (02) 6223 0741 option 3 or via email

You can also reach out to

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