Cgov Newsletter February

By Administrator

Important Information:Please be aware that our Brisbane head office has moved locations, please make note of the following information in your records and pass along to your finance department. Physical Address: Level 17/345 Queen Street, Brisbane City, QLD, 4000Mailing Address: PO Box 2677, Brisbane City, QLD. 4001________________________________Our Cgov Conference 2022 is scheduled for the 12th – 13th September 2022 at The Hilton, Surfers Paradise. This year’s Conference will include networking opportunities, consultant meetings, product updates, innovation sessions and some exciting customer case studies.Registration is now available HERE
As 2022 continues to shift healthcare guidelines and requirements, Cgov can help! We are pleased to remind you of our integration with the Australian Immunisation Register (AIR) with either our Credentialing or Staff Medical Record Solutions. We can modify your solution to align with the changing booster requirements. This solution is available off the shelf and can be implemented in a fast turnaround time. ________________________________

Version 8 is coming! Stay tuned to learn about the enhancements and updated user interface, including integration with Microsoft Power BI! 

Did you know… Cgov Junior Doctors Solution helps our customers meet the ACSQHC requirement for “Junior Clinicians” 
Junior clinicians routinely provide services under supervision. The number of junior clinicians is large, their skills are developing, and their employment may be transient as they move through training programs. Therefore, individualised approaches to defining the scope of clinical practice for junior clinicians may be impracticable. Although some organisations may choose to include junior clinicians in their general credentialing and scope of clinical practice processes, most organisations adopt policies that set clear limits on the scope of clinical practice for varying levels of seniority, and the requirements for effective supervision and support at each level. Supervising all junior clincians according to their assessed capabilities and consistent with organisational policies is a key safeguard of the safety and quality of care. Define clincal supervision responsibilities in senior clinicians’ employment contracts.1Here is a preview Cgov Junior Doctors Solution. Let us know if you would like more information. 

                                        ________________________________Solution of the MonthJoin Kathleen and Daniel on the 3rd March, from 12:00pm – 1:00pm (AEST). Time to review the Cgov Quality Management Solutions including Governance, Risk, Compliance, Incident Management, and Quality Improvement. Please email to reserve your place at                                          ________________________________Office News: Our Brisbane and Melbourne offices are currently working in hybrid mode, alternating days working in the office and working from home. Please call us on 07 3211 4444 or submit an IDIS ticket hereFollow us on Social Media!YouTube: Cgov You Tube LinkedIn Page: Cgov LinkedInWebsite:

Thought for the Month: Virtually nothing is impossible in this world if you just put your mind to it and maintain a positive attitude.” Lou Holtz, American Football Coach[1] Reference Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care. Credentialing health practitioners and defining their scope of clinical practice: a guide for managers and practitioners. Sydney: ACSQHC; 2015.