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November Newsletter

Contents  Office Covid-19 UpdateRegisters of Vaccination CredentialsAustralian Immunisation Register IntegrationS8 Opioid Notification and ApprovalCgov No Code ToolkitOffice News Office Covid-19 Update:Finally … interstate travel is approved between Queensland, NSW and Vic again. Let’s hope this hard earned freedom lasts until we can all be made safer with the release of a vaccine. The Brisbane office …

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The AIDH Conference

Meet us at The Australasian Institute of Digital Health Conference this year in Brisbane and virtually in Sydney and Melbourne! The Australasian Institute of Digital Health Conference presents its inaugural national conference, uniting the digital health movement in 2020, one of the health sector’s most challenging years. The Summit will be held 5 – 25 …

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Cgov Newsletter September

The Brisbane office is now running at 100% with everyone back in the Office. The Melbourne office remains closed and all staff continue to work from home.This is likely to continue until at least the end of October.

Cgov Newsletter August

One of the popular features of this year’s Conference would have been the Day 3 training opportunities for Systems Managers. As a result we have decided to continue to offer this training as a series of online webinars in October for any users who would like to refresh, or learn new skills, as a Cgov System Manager

Cgov Newsletter July

Despite our best efforts to keep this year’s Conference on schedule for September 14th – 16th, the uncertainty of extended travel restrictions and the recent appropriation of our Conference venue (QT) to be a dedicated quarantine facility, have forced us to take the decision to postpone the Cgov 2020 Conference until later in the financial year. We will be re-scheduling, however we will wait until there is more certainty regarding the COVID-19 restrictions to confirm a date with you in the upcoming months.

Cgov Newsletter June

Thank you to everyone who provided feedback last month. The vote was overwhelming that we keep the date and location for this year at QT on the Gold Coast on 14-15 September, so we have committed to run the best conference ever and hope to see everyone there!

Cgov Newsletter May

So I would like to hear your feedback, should we persist with the scheduled Conference in September this year, or defer the conference to a date in March 2021 next year, still at QT. Please use this feedback link and confirm your plans to attend and which date is preferred.

Cgov Newsletter April

We are continuing to operate at 100% of capability during this period of individual isolation and social distancing. I am sure you have all come across the same challenges with staff working from home and managing all relationships online. We are still manning the Brisbane Office but all project work and support requests are now 100% managed online

Cgov Newsletter March

Cgov is continuing to operate at full capacity and all our business continuity and work from home protocols are in place; with 85% of all staff now connecting online for work every morning. As at 27 March, we are maintaining a small presence in the Brisbane Office to answer the phone and provide direct access to our paper based records as they are needed.

Cgov Newsletter February

A belated welcome to the New Year. 2020 has started in a blaze of activity for Cgov. This year will see new Solutions released and a focus on deploying Cgov as a “No Code Application Development” Platform.