Cgov Newsletter April

By Administrator


We hope you all enjoyed the Easter Holidays and ANZAC Day with your families and friends. The recent flood events and on-going Covid-19 pandemic continue to create challenges for everyone, including health systems. We acknowledge the stress this causes and hope we can provide some relief at work with our solutions. Here’s to having a heathy, dry, and pleasant Autumn season.

Thinking about a get-away? Join us at the Cgov Conference 2022 on the Gold Coast from the 12th – 13th September 2022 at The Hilton, Surfers Paradise. It has been too long since we all met face to face! Alongside ocean views, this year’s Conference will provide networking opportunities, time to meet with your Cgov consultant, best practice through customer case studies, innovation sessions, and tips on improving credentialing and junior medical workforce. 

Registration is now available HERE
Influenza 2022
According to Health Services Executive in Ireland,1 “The best way to prevent influenza is to get the flu vaccine. Flu vaccine is a safe, effective way to help prevent influenza infection, avoid hospitalisation, and reduce influenza related deaths and illnesses. Vaccination of healthcare workers has been shown to reduce influenza-related deaths by 40%“. 
The Austratlian Immunisation Handbook and the 2022 Advice on Seasonal Influenza may help guide your next requirement. 

If you are interested in tracking and validating influenza vaccines (and COVID 19 boosters) – Cgov can help. Cgov has a live integration with the AIR (Australian Immunisation Register) which can link to credentialing or staff health records. 
Solution of the Month – Influenza Vaccination Tracking 
As you know, health systems are now required to track and verify influenza vaccinations for staff. Join Kathleen and Daniel on the 19th May, from 12:00pm – 1:00pm (AEST) via Teams to learn more. 
Please email to reserve your place at 

Version 8 is coming! 
Stay tuned to learn about the enhancements and updated user interface, including integration with Microsoft Power BI! 
Welcome to our new Cgov Customers! 
Sunshine Coast Hospital and Health Service, QLD will be using our credentialing and junior doctor management solutions. Mater Health is moving ahead with AIR integration. South West Health, VIC is using AIR integration for vaccinations. Healius/Lumus Pathology & Radiology, is using Cgov credentialing. Mercy Health, VIC is using credentialing and medical expense claims and Aspen Medical, is using credentialing.


Important Information: 
Please note our Brisbane head office has moved locations, kindly pass along these details to your finance department. 
Physical Address: Level 17/345 Queen Street, Brisbane City, QLD, 4000
Mailing Address: PO Box 2677, Brisbane City, QLD. 4001

Office News: Need to contact us? Please call us on 07 3211 4444 or submit an IDIS ticket here

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Thought for the Month: 
Where there is hope, there is life.” 
Anne Frank, German-Dutch diarist of Jewish heritage