- 19 September 2014
- By Stephen Withers
- The Australian
- September 16, 2014
- 15 September 2014
- By Peter Dinham
- Confirm that all NEHTA products, services and solutions are clinically appropriate and are clinically safe for release to the Australian community;
- Making sure that clinical perspectives are clearly articulated, implemented and documented through the product development lifecycle.
The 'Clinical Terminology Guidance' documents and 'AMT Development Approach' are now available for download
- Clinical Terminology Guidance documents and AMT Development Approach: Download from Australian Medicines Terminology v3 Model - Common v1.3
- By: Julian Elliott, Ida Sim, Jessica Thomas, Nancy Owens, Gordon Dooley, Jacob Riis, Byron Wallace, James Thomas, Anna Noel-Storr, Gabriel Rada, Caroline Struthers, Tracey Howe, Harriet MacLehose, Linn Brandt, Ilkka Kunnamo & Chris Mavergames
- On: September 19, 2014, 12:30
15 September 2014
Painaustralia’s fact sheets are now available inside Healthshare’s Fact Sheets application. The application is integrated into the GP’s clinical software to provide patient education at the time of consultation. When the GP adds any chronic pain-related term as the patient’s “reason for visit” Healthshare’s application will present Painaustralia’s materials for the GP to print out or email to the patient.