Gold Coast PHN to prioritise Primary Sense over PenCS

Gold Coast Primary Health Network (GCPHN) has announced it will prioritise the installation of its Primary Sense data extraction tool at general practices in its region using compliant software, and will no longer fund licences for rival products from commercial vendor PenCS.

GCPHN has been developing Primary Sense for the last five years as a population health management and clinical audit tool, and is currently being used by 83 practices.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: PenCAT, Primary Sense 2, Gold Coast PHN, Primary Sense

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