The eHealth Support Officer Program 2010-2012 (eHSOP) is funded by the Department of Health and Ageing, and has the following aims:
- Delivery of nationally consistent, accurate and timely eHealth messages
- Support eHealth and information management literacy
- Advocacy, representation and stakeholder engagement
- Clinical data quality improvement
- Electronic information sharing, service delivery tools and information sources
- Department of Health and Ageing / AGPN collaborative discussions
- Contribution to national issues register
The main priorities of the eHSOP are outlined in the following Fact Sheet.
GPQ eHealth initiatives
For more information on external eHealth initiatives see the Healthcare Identifiers Service.
The eHealth Team
Information about the Tactical eReferrals Project
Other eReferrals solutions
The following templates have been developed by Queensland Health to facilitate electronic referrals from...
GP Census is an online survey tool originally developed by General Practice Tasmania, and now owned and operated by AGPN.
GP Census 2009
GP Census was deployed by 13 of 17 Queensland divisions in August 2009.
There were two surveys, one f...
Electronic Discharge Summaries (EDS)
GPQ works with practices, General Practice Networks and Medicare Locals to promote and support the uptake of the Queensland Health (QH) Enterprise Discharge Summary. The Enterprise Discharge Summary is an electronic discharge summary (EDS) sent from QH...
iHealth Care+ Directory Resources
Instructions for linking the Directory to clinical software
Medical Director 2 & 3 (RecordConnect)
Please click here
Personally Controlled Electronic Health Records (PCEHR)
The Australian Government will deliver a Personally Controlled Electronic Health Record (PCEHR) System and associated services as part of a $466.7 million investment announced in the 2010/11 federal budget. A PCEHR is a secure, electronic record of you...
The eHealth Experience
The eHealth Experience is a publication produced by GPQ which highlights positive developments in eHealth across Australia.
To access the eHealth Experience Newsletter click on the links below.
Edition 1 - Queensland
Edition 2 - We...