Tuesday 16 July 2019
6:30pm - 9:00pm
Box Hill Golf Club
202 Station Street
Box Hill South VIC 3128
Good data quality is a powerful resource for general practice that can be used to drive improvement activities leading to improved clinical care and health outcomes. This training opportunity will provide participants strategies for implementing sustainable processes to improve data quality at their general practice.
Katrina Otto Principal & Owner of Train IT Medical
Katrina is one of Australia’s most experienced Digital Health and medical software trainers. She will be facilitating an interactive data quality session to assist participants in developing a planned approach to practice data improvements.
Participants will be provided with practical steps and case studies to develop a data quality improvement plan addressing a priority area specific to their general practice needs.
This workshop will incorporate presentation, case studies, scenario-based training, individual and group activities to consolidate learnings.
Participants will be provided practical strategies on how to:
- develop an understanding of changes to My Health Record and 3rd party tools available to patients and clinicians for improved sharing of quality clinical data.
- use software as a tool for practice improvements and data analytics.
- identify ways to ensure compliance with standards for essential demographic and clinical data entry
- design a systematic approach to data quality improvements.