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Medico-legal concerns and My Health Record

Every Australian known to Medicare or the Department of Veterans' Affairs will now own a My Health Record, unless they chose to opt out between 16 July 2018 and 31 January 2019.

Recorded: 26/03/2019

Business of general practice

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Information security in general practice

Information security is critical to the provision of safe, high-quality healthcare and the efficient running of a general practice. It is a fixed cost of doing business to ensure business continuity and the protection of information assets.

Recorded: 30/04/2019

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SafeScript - Real time prescription monitoring for controlled drugs

SafeScript is computer software that transmits prescription records for certain high-risk medicines to a centralised database in real-time, which can then be accessed by doctors, nurse practitioners and pharmacists during a consultation.

Recorded: 5/05/2019

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Wealth creation: Managing your finances

Focusing on individual finances, this session considered the top ten financial mistake doctors make, including budgeting, saving to start a practice, tax-efficient investments and financial protections Live Q+A will be livestreamed on next face-to-face event.

Recorded: 1/06/2019

Business of general practice

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Improving health record quality in general practice

The quality of patient health records is an important factor in the provision of safe and effective healthcare. Maintaining good-quality patient health records supports appropriate clinical decision-making and continuity of care, especially with the increasing use of shared care models.

Recorded: 27/06/2019

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Technology in general practice

Technology plays a diverse and critical role in general practice. It is a key factor in effective communication to support clinical care. The role of technology in general practice creates an efficient method of information transfer via secure electronic communication, allowing practitioners to digitally record, share and analyse clinical information.

Recorded: 25/07/2019

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Privacy and managing health information in general practice

General practice has a fundamental role in ensuring the privacy of patient health information. It is important general practices understand the current legislative framework for the management of health information at both a practice level and when sharing information using systems, such as My Health Record.

Recorded: 27/08/2019

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Telehealth video consultations in general practice

Telehealth is becoming more popular as a mode of healthcare delivery due to the benefits it provides to both patients and practitioners, particularly those in rural and remote areas, and has the potential to provide patients with more convenient and efficient access to healthcare.

Recorded: 24/09/2019

Business of general practice

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Secondary use of general practice data

In health care, the primary source of data is through clinical care delivery to patients. When this data is used outside of the general practice setting, for purposes other than which it was originally collected, it is referred to as 'secondary use of data'. Secondary use of data includes activities such as research, quality and safety measurement, provider certification or accreditation and marketing.

Recorded: 31/10/2019

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The case for urgent care

Dr John Adie, a specialist Urban, Rural & Remote GP & Urgent Care Physician, and Dr Jamie Phillips, a Rural Generalist and GP with advanced specialist training in Emergency Medicine and Immediate Medical Care, discuss the case for urgent care in Australian integrated primary care centres and examine the data behind it.

Recorded: 6/11/2019

Adult health

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Social media and the use of apps in general practice

The RACGP recognises that GPs and general practice staff have embraced social media at a rapid rate, and guidance around safe and professional usage within general practice is necessary. Similarly, there are many health apps that have the potential to encourage better health but there are concerns about the accuracy and appropriateness of information in some apps and their privacy and security settings.

Recorded: 21/11/2019

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Trans & Gender Diverse Healthcare

This event was held on 30 November 2019 in Sydney. By watching this recording you will explore transgender health within the general practice setting, get new insights into transgender care, patient transitioning, sexual and hormonal support and sensitive consultation approaches. Live Q+A will be livestreamed on next face-to-face event.

Recorded: 30/11/2019

Adult healthSex, sexuality, gender diversity and health

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