Best Practice about to go mobile

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The company is seeking GPs interested in beta-testing its new mobile app.

Leading practice management software company Best Practice is about to go mobile. 

The clinical software specialist is about to launch its first FHIR-based mobile app for GPs, using the standard to integrate both Best Practice Premier and the company’s in-development cloud solution, Best Practice Omni. 

“We created Best Practice Mobile to support our practitioners in delivering exceptional care in a dynamic environment,” said Danielle Bancroft, the company’s chief product officer. 

“Solutions need to provide flexibility in how information is accessed, and Best Practice Mobile does that.” 

The application will be available on both iOS and Android devices and will initially support GPs to access their appointment book and patient clinical information and improve the in-clinic consultation via camera capabilities.  

Future releases will enable GPs to perform off-site consultations, prescribing, billing and AI functionality, including speech to text and consolidated patient summaries. 

Best Practice Mobile is currently in beta testing. The company will be inviting expressions of interest for GPs’ early access at the Practice Owners Conference in Cairns next week.  

Meanwhile, Cubiko has developed a downloadable chronic disease management Medicare claiming cheat sheet for GPs, nurses and practice managers.  

It’s a free download, available here.  

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