ePIP register: your software's current status

Pulse+IT has prepared this quick guide to the current status of commonly used GP clinical software products on NEHTA's eHealth Practice Incentive Program (ePIP) product register.

We will update it every week in the lead up to the commencement of the new ePIP. Readers should be aware that several software companies have achieved or are currently progressing through compliance certification for the various requirements, and most vendors have indicated that they will be compliant with the first four ePIP requirements - including clinical coding, which is not listed on this table - by February 1.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   
Clinical software readiness for the ePIP - current as at 31 January 2013.
SoftwareHI Service*SMD**ETPPCEHR
Best PracticeYY*YY
Clarity (Cloud9 Software)YNYN
Communicare (DCA)YY*YY
GenieYY*YY
GPCompleteYNYN
HTR TelhealthYYYY
Intrahealth ProfileYNYN
Medical Director 3 (HCN)YY*YY
Medtech32YY*YY
Monet (Cloud9 Software)YNYN
Practice 2000/Medinet (Abaki)YY*YN
practiX (CSC)YYYY
Stat Health SystemsYY*YN
ZedmedYY*YY

*SMD-compliant when using HealthLink, Argus, Medical-Objects or ReferralNet. MMEx has also been listed.

**When ePrescribing is enabled using eRx or MediSecure

Posted in Australian eHealth

Comments   

# Jo 2013-01-19 13:56
Thanks Simon
This is excellent and just what I've been looking for/needing. Any chance you could email me the image? Or the tabel in a word doc?
Thanks in advance
Jo Wood
# SJ 2013-01-19 15:37
Hi Jo, our attempt at better contextualising the ePIP Register only exists as the HTML table in this article so I don't have it in Excel or Word etc. Happy for you to copy it yourself or take a screenshot, but keep in mind it's designed to be a perpetually updated resource and has changed several times since the 14th already, so not sure that taking it offline will be ideal.

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