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myPHN conference Cairns 2017

PEN CS is honoured to be present at the North Queensland myPHN conference 2017. Our training programs manager Matthias Merzenich will be available for questions, software demonstrations and a couple of short presentations during the two day conference. Building on last year’s success this year is promising to be an…

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PenCS National PHN Conference – dates announced

PenCS National PHN Conference – dates announced
1 July 2017

PenCS welcomes all delegates to our annual conference, which this year will be held on the 16th and 17th of November, in Sydney, at Pullman Sydney Hyde Park.

Continuing the success of 2015 and 2016, the annual conference is a…

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CAT Plus validated for Communicare nKPI Reporting

PenCS CAT Plus accurately extracts a subset of nKPI data from Communicare and accurately submits this to the qiConnect portal. CAT Plus removes the likelihood of systematic under-reporting of health service performance nationally.

A recent research article published by CSIRO in Australian Health Review, published 9 May 2017, validates PenCS…

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Primary Health Network (PHN) User Group – It’s A Wrap

PenCS would like to thank all our partners who attended the PHN User Group on Wednesday 28th June 2017 at PenCS in Leichhardt.
The full day seminar enabled thoughtful and insightful discussion into the challenges, success and future-proofing of Australia’s health needs in primary care. There was a strong focus…

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Pen CS and MMEx Press Release

Pen CS and MMEx are pleased to announce that MMEx is now compatible with the Clinical Audit Tool (CAT). This is available through Pen CS’s new solution CAT Plus which incorporates CAT4 and PAT CAT (the Practice Aggregation Tool).

This compatibility will allow MMEx users to benefit from the suite of…

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Media Release – Pen Computer Systems (PCS)

The Road Ahead with CAT Plus
From 1st July 2015 Pen Computer Systems (PCS) will be making available its CAT Plus solution that will provide huge benefits to Patients and Practices in collaboration with Primary Health Networks (PHN). CAT Plus is designed to deliver improved patient outcomes through an automated, flexible…

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Who Needs Aspirin? The Webinar for Clinicians using Classic CAT

GMSBML is running a series of webinars on identifying a need for aspirin for patients with diabetes and/or cardiovascular disease, using the Pen Computer Systems Clinical Audit Tool (Classic CAT). These webinars are designed around improving quality of patient care and patient outcomes, particularly in medication management. Additionally, the webinars…

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