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“Opt-out Trial for My Health Record

The Department of Health is working with two Primary Health Networks to trial opt-out participation by individuals in the My Health Record (formerly known as the Personally Controlled Electronic Health Record or PCEHR). The My Health Record is currently an 'opt-in' system for most consumers throu...
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No Jab No Pay

From the 1 of January 2016 a new initiative has been introduced called No Jab No Pay. Effectively this means that if any child under the age of 20 has not been fully immunised there is no eligibility to claim the Child Care Benefit, The Child Care Rebate and the Family Tax Benefit Part.  ...
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“Less than 30 seconds” to upload My Health Record in Stat

Dr Ian Williams, principal clinician and owner of Camp Hill Healthcare (2015 Queensland RACGP General Practice of the Year) has been involved from the outset with ‘My Health Record’ (formally known as the PCEHR). Dr Williams is the Chairman of Stat Health Systems (Aust) and he has always been h...
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NASH Certificates

With changes to the ePIP payments being made public it may be a good time to check that your NASH certificate is current. The NASH certificate is used for My Health Record and requires renewing every two years. If your practices regularly uploads My Health Records certificate renewal will occu...
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Changes to Mail feature in Version 3.3

The next upgrade of Stat Version 3.3 is now in the preliminary beta test phase. This version contains some significant changes and a full version of the release notes will be emailed to your practice in the coming weeks. There is one change in particular that we wanted to bring to your atten...
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More new features in Version 3.3.

The list of new features continues for the upcoming version 3.3 of Stat 1. Outgoing Document screen has been redesigned to ensure reviewing of documents is more streamline. The review screen now split vertically with a list of documents on the left, and two tab pages on the right, one page showi...
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Version 3.3 new features

Version 3.3 will begin beta testing shortly and below is a list of more features included in this version. 1. International addresses can now be stored on the patient file. If the residential address is an overseas address then all online claiming features should be disallowed. There is a rep...
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Happy New Year and new features in upcoming version 3.3

Happy New Year everyone Version 3.3 in now in final system testing and new features in this version will be listed each week until your upgrades begin. As well as Integrated EFTPOS and Integration with Xero and MYOB there is over 100 customer requested enhancements in this version. 1. Free te...
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Christmas 2015

Stat will be closing on Christmas Eve and opening on the 4th of January 2016. During this time, there will be Emergency after hours support provided and the January MIMS updates will occur on the 31st December 2015. The Stat team would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your continui...
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Obstetrics Module in Stat

The upcoming version of Stat v3.3. signals many exciting changes to the product. As part of our ongoing collaboration with our client base, Stat has developed a comprehensive Obstetrics module which helps meet the complex and unique requirements of Obstetricians. The software provides significa...
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