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mi-Support open business and set for success in Townsville

November 1st, 2017

We’re proud to announce that our brand new, state of the art medical facility in Townsville is now open and taking bookings on 1300 642 546. This modern, brand new 242sqm premises houses four traditional medical consulting rooms with examination benches, desks and x-ray screens, as well as a two relaxed style consultation room, with Continue reading

mi-Rooms set to hit Townsville!

October 19th, 2017

Exciting news coming out of Far North Queensland for mi-Support – renovations are underway for our very first facility in Townsville, set to open on the 1st of November. We identified the need for a state of the art medical facility in the regional growth area, and are fully refurbishing the space to accommodate six Continue reading

The role of technology in integrated care

April 19th, 2017

Executive General Manager David Camilleri’s latest article in The Health Advocate, discusses the role of technology in improving integrated care. Technology can be a key enabler of true integrated care, however it is not a magic bullet. In healthcare, like most fields, technology has become a key component of achieving organisational outcomes, including with integrated Continue reading

Thinking like a chief information officer

April 10th, 2017

Executive General Manager David Camilleri’s latest article in The Australian Hospital + Healthcare Bulletin Autumn 2017, discusses how taking a CIO approach could help improve patient outcomes. These days, the chief information officer — or CIO — isn’t just the person who keeps the computers running. In hospitals and other large healthcare facilities, like most Continue reading

How to outsource practice management and benefit patients

February 16th, 2017

Do you find yourself spending more time on practice admin than with your patients? Are you having headaches over issues that have nothing to do with why you went into medicine in the first place? If you’re wondering how to outsource your practice management, Australia’s mi-Clinic could be the answer you’re looking for. Some of Continue reading

The best ways to record dictation for medical transcriptions

February 1st, 2017

Recording and uploading dictation for transcription is simple, and mi-Transcriptions is compatible with all types of audio files. Here are the easiest ways to record your dictation: Via mobile app This is the most convenient and cost-effective way to record because it’s free! Apart from the voice recorder usually built into smartphones, you can download Continue reading

2016 – what a year!

December 6th, 2016

What a fantastic year 2016 has been for mi-Clinic and our clients, with many exciting projects and new developments. We’re proud to have helped consultants and other medical professionals provide the best possible patient outcomes. Highlights from throughout the year include: Hit the milestone of delivering 7,000 medico-legal reports per month through our mi-Transcriptions service Continue reading

The value of process improvement in healthcare

October 10th, 2016

Process improvement sounds like something that belongs on a factory floor– but it’s an approach that can benefit hospitals and healthcare organisations throughout the patient journey, and deliver savings of 30 per cent or more in some areas. Having led a number of process improvement initiatives, the key is not to let yourself get daunted Continue reading

How the space around you impacts your work

May 12th, 2016

Jonas Salk’s polio vaccine was one of the key scientific achievements of the modern era – what fewer people realise is that we may have the inspiring architecture of a 13th century Franciscan monastery to thank. The story goes that Salk had been working 16 fruitless hours a day, seven days a week at his Continue reading

Celebrating the contributions of Australia’s osteopaths

April 11th, 2016

Osteopathy Healthcare Week takes place between 17 and 23 April and aims to increase awareness of the osteopathic profession and celebrate its contribution to Australian healthcare. The week is led by the Osteopathic International Alliance, which represents more than 75 organisations from 30 countries on five continents and more than 120,000 practitioners. You can read Continue reading