What is included?
– Webinar recording: Electronic transfer of prescriptions using MedicalDirector Clinical
– Presentation used in webinar.
– Additional summary sheets/downloadable resources
Download resources from the ‘Materials’ tab above.
What are the Learning Objectives:
1.Discuss the use of the token model and patient impact of changes to electronic prescribing.
2.Learn about the changes in the prescribing process in MedicalDirector Clinical.
3.Explore ideas for improved use of My Health Record for medication management.
Who is the Presenter:
Katrina Otto, Managing Director, Train IT Medical Pty Ltd
What Does This Webinar Focus On?
ePrescriptions, Digital Health, Secure Messaging, SMS, Email, Consent, Telehealth, Patient-centred care, My Health Record, Pharmacy, Medication Management, MedicalDirector Clinical.
Are there handouts?
The presentations used in these webinars are available for you to download from the Materials tab on the Course Home screen.
You will also find more free resources here
Is this information current?
This webinar was recorded on 17 June 2020.
Please be aware it will not be updated over time and therefore information you are viewing could potentially be outdated.
What do I do when I’ve finished?
– Press Mark Complete. The ‘Training Evaluation/CPD’ button will appear back on the course page. Please complete this evaluation for your Primary Health Network.
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Where do I go for further support or training?
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Powerpoint presentations used in webinars (pdf)
- 'ePrescriptions using MedicalDirector Clinical' 17062020 | Train IT Medical
Additional Learning Resources
- Telehealth Video Consultations Guide | RACGP
- How to do video consultations well | ACRRM
- Advice on Risk Management when using Video Conferencing Software for Clinical Video Consultations | ACRRM
- Telehealth tips for patients flyer | Practice Coach
- Guidelines for technology-based patient consultations | Medical Board