Friday, April 25, 2014

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The DCP Results service continues to break new ground. The service is averaging over 1000 SMS sent per week with over 5000 individual results being uploaded per week. Still free and in Beta testing the service is open for DCP users to trial. Improved patient engagement and satisfaction as well as reduction of time spent on the phone are emerging outcomes.

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Get the most from your clinical software(MD3,  BP or Medinet).

DCP has 80 potential prompts to guide preventive care activities
Basic prompts (50 ) are free with 1 month trial full features.

DCP in a nutshell ...

  1. Presents information clearly and concisely. 
  2. Facilitates change and improvement within workflow.
  3. Fosters electronic recording.
  4. Greatly assists implementing current preventive care guidelines.
  5. Simplifies MBS CDM item utilisation.
  6. Pathology and radiology results can be delivered to patients via sms notification.
  7. Contains Red Book Guideline guidance implementation and references (Licenced from RACGP) plus other major guidelines as recommended for use within Australia.

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This is great software, I started here 14 months ago and have had so many issues trying to do data clean up and get recalls sorted, I installed DCP two weeks ago and am now thriving! We have our nurses keep their eye on who is in the waiting room that needs to have data completed in their files, who is due for GPMP's etc... it is working a treat. I also developed a print out to give to the nurses each day to highlight those patients that need "touching up" in their file!

What a fantastic software program!  (Pat Simmonds. Regional Manager. Australian Primary Care Collaboratives)

I think that this tool is fantastic and it helps us implement the Red Book Guidelines just as RACGP wants practices to do.  Thank you for this.(L.T. Coolamon Clinic)

I love your program; use it all day; have been at HCN to do something like this for years.(Dr M.R.)

This is an excellent program. (M.W. - Charlestown Family Medical Services)

Can I just say "Congratulations!" on a spectacular little tool. (Dr T.M. - Informatics Southcity GP Services)

The program is smart enough to only include patients when data collection is required.
Fantastic Stuff. (Dr Y.H.)

I have increased billings on medicare items whilst using the new prompts.
Guidelines have been implemented. (Dr A.K. - creator)

Quite amazing. I had thought about doing something like this from python, but your implementation is really nice.Great graphics etc. (Dr H.S.)

Great to see your endeavours... you seem to have rapidly produced what may be very useful software - thanks for providing it. (Dr P.T.)

Thanks for this program - I can see it being used extensively even though we also have clinical audit software. (C.L. Practice Manager, Elermore Vale General Practice)



DCP has been used in the following published research study: 

Patient acceptance and perceived utility of pre-consultation prevention summaries and reminders in general practice: pilot study.

Oliver R Frank, Nigel P Stocks and Paul Aylward. BMC Family Practice 2011, 12:40 doi:10.1186/1471-2296-12-40.  Available from:

DCP is being used currently in the following studies:

Feasibility, Acceptability and Sustainability of Automated Production of Pre-Consultation Patient Prevention Summary and Reminder Sheets.  2011 RACGP Research Grant for a Pilot Study.  Dr. Oliver Frank, Professor Nigel Stocks, Dr. Paul Aylward.

Increasing prevention, detection and treatment of osteoporosis through automated opportunistic reminders to patients, general practitioners and practice nurses.   2011 RACGP/Osteoporosis Australia Bone Health Research Grant.  Dr. Oliver Frank, Professor Nigel Stocks, Dr. Paul Aylward.

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