Melbourne-based Global Health has joined the BP partner network as an approved integrator with Best Practice Software.
The agreement covers Global Health’s ReferralNet secure messaging system, which has been integrated with Bp Premier for a number of years and is also fully interoperable with Telstra Health’s Argus secure messaging system, and Global Health’s new HotHealth telehealth platform.
Argus is also integrated with Bp, and Global Health says this opens up a greater network for the secure exchange of clinical documents.
HotHealth can be used as a standalone platform or in conjunction with any clinical system to allow healthcare providers to build their online presence with a branded website and conduct video conferencing and virtual assessments online.
Bp set up the partner network last year to accredit other vendors, making sure they pass a stringent review process. Other partners include eRx Script Exchange, Cubiko, POLAR, AutoMed Systems, HealthEngine, HotDoc, Tyro, Doctors Control Panel and BPAC.
Global Health has also announced its PrimaryClinic clinical and practice management system for GPs and specialists is now live with SafeScript, the Victorian real-time prescription monitoring system.
The use of SafeScript by Victorian doctors and pharmacists prior to prescribing or dispensing monitored medications is mandatory from today.
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