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GPs are invited to participate in a 5-10 minute survey about medication reconciliation. The study, which has ethics approval from Gold Coast Hospital and Health Service and Griffith University, aims to identify feasible strategies to address any identified clinical practice gaps in the area of medication reconciliation.
We have just updated our Clinical Prioritisation Criteria (CPC) Template Installation Guides with step-by-step instructions and screenshots to make it as easy as possible to install the new referral templates.
You can find instructions for Best Practice, Medical Director and ZedMed on the Referral Templates page on our website.
Did you know you can now find an updated Immunisation History Catchup Worksheet on our Immunisation resources page?
When working out a catchup schedule for a patient, please remember to:
Practices and GPs can register with Queensland Health’s Secure Transfer Services (STS) to receive the majority of BreastScreen Queensland client “well woman” (no signs of breast cancer) screening results electronically.
To automatically receive electronic screening outcomes for patients who nominate you as their doctor, register your details with STS. Where your practice is already listed with STS, you can email BSQ-GoldCoastData@health.qld.gov.au to be added.
Secure Web Transfer is also used locally to send clinical outcome letters to GPs electronically for most clients with a well woman outcome after assessment.
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