Primary care data tools harnessed for chronic disease identification suite

A project to develop new tools that can interact with GP desktop software to identify potential cases of previously undetected chronic disease is set to go into a pilot testing phase after receiving funding from the federal government's Medical Research Future Fund.

The Future Health Today program, a partnership between Western Health and the University of Melbourne, follows on from the chronic disease early detection and improved management in primary care (CD IMPACT) project, which used Pen CS's PrimaryCare Sidebar and Clinical Audit Tool (CAT) and Precedence Healthcare's cdmNET chronic disease management system.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: cdmNet, PenCAT, Pen CS

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