Primary care data quality improvement
Maintaining high-quality health records benefits patients, providers and the entire healthcare community.
Discover how good data integrity can help you in your practice by listening to these testimonials from a Registered Nurse, General Practitioner and Practice Manager.
Registered Nurse, Cert IV Project Mgt, Cert IV Training & Assessment.
Margaret Windsor is a Registered Nurse, as well as being one of Australia’s most experienced medical software trainers. She holds a certificate in Workplace Training and Assessment and currently works as an RN and a Medical Software Trainer for practices using Pracsoft and Clinical by MedicalDirector.
Dr Charlotte Middleton
General Practitioner, MBBS,
Dip CH, FRACGP
Dr Charlotte Middleton, Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery, Diploma in Child Health is an Integrative Medical Practitioner specialising in Maternity, Pediatric, Nutritional and Environmental Medicine. Graduating in 1997, she has worked in Neonatal, Paediatric and Maternity Health in various hospitals around Australia. Dr Middleton is also the acting chief medical officer of MedicalDirector.
Practice Manager, BEd, DipBus, Cert IV Training & Assessment
Katrina Otto is one of Australia’s most experienced Digital Health and medical software trainers. She has worked in a wide variety of medical practices and has qualifications in Adult Education, Business and Welfare and currently works across Australia as a Medical Software Trainer and Practice Management Consultant.
In partnership with the CSIRO and Department of Health, we have created a series of resources to help you get started.
These materials have been created in partnership with experienced educators to highlight the RACGP standards for general practice providing you with guidelines for maintaining high quality data for your active patients.
The following resources have been created to help you get started and capture the core common data sets to make the most out of your practice data. Simply download these cheat sheets or follow along to the following videos to begin.
Made in partnership with Train IT Medical, Department of Health and CSIRO.
The following resources have been created to help you get started and capture the core common data sets to make the most out of your practice data. Simply click to learn how.