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Queensland Aboriginal and Islander Health Council
Queensland Aboriginal and Islander Health Council

The Queensland Aboriginal and Islander Health Council (QAIHC) Data Systems and Reports Workshop will assist Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Community Controlled Health Services (ATSICCHS) staff navigate and interrogate clinical data captured in data extraction tools (Clinical Audit Tool – CAT4), produce reports aligned with organisational priorities, and keep up to date with developments in digital health. Other focus areas include methods on how to identify service gaps and areas of improvement, create improvement cycles and improve data quality.

The workshop provides a collaborative forum to build networks and knowledge. Workshop sessions will build on content from previous events as well as showcasing new information. 

The event is appropriate for new attendees, as well as those who have participated in previous workshops. Ideal attendees include:

  • Senior Managers
  • Practice Managers
  • Data Officers
  • CQI Officers
  • Clinic or Program staff with reporting responsibilities
  • Anyone with an interest in data.

The first Data Systems and Reports Workshop of 2020 will feature: 

  • Australian Digital Health Agency 
    • Queensland snapshot of My Health Record (MHR) data
    • Leveraging MHR to improve practice workflow, patient outcomes and business modelling
    • Linking Patient Information Systems to MHR Systems (Assist Registration).
  • QAIHC 
    • Policy and Research Divisional update
    • Cyber security for your Practice
    • Update on the development of social determinants indicators
    • Update on QAIHCs Report Re-design Working Group.
  • PenCS
    • CAT 4 - Refresh and Advanced
    • MyPen - Administration of Tools
    • Topbar - Train the trainer (Best Practice and Medical Director users).
  • Electronic Medical Records (EMR) workshops:
    • Best Practice
    • MMEX
    • Medical Director
    • Communicare.