2022 – High Quality Data with a First Nations Lens – using MedicalDirector Clinical – 1 Nov 2022 – NQPHN – Webinar 1

· November 1, 2022

What is included?

– Webinar recording
– Presentation used in webinar.
– Additional summary sheets/downloadable resources
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What are the Learning Objectives:

1.Understand why high-quality data is essential for the continued sustainability of your health service.
2.Identify and record First Nations status.
3.Utilise available technology to assist with continual data improvements.

Who is the Presenter:
Katrina Otto, Managing Director, Train IT Medical Pty Ltd

What Does This Webinar Focus On?
Data, Quality Improvements, MedicalDirector, Pen CS, Data Quality, Patient engagement, Active vs Inactive, Pen CS Cervical Screening Test, Breast Screening, Bowel Screening, FOBT, Quality Improvements, PDSAs, Practice Incentive Payments, Practice Management, proactive preventive health management, PIPQI, nKPIs, First Nations healthcare.

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The presentations used in these webinars are available for you to download from the Materials tab on the Course Home screen.
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Is this information current?
This webinar was recorded on 13 October 2020.
Please be aware it will not be updated over time and therefore information you are viewing could potentially be outdated.

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