Our Support Team will be here for you over the Christmas/New Year period:

WORK DAYS (27th, 28th and 31st December)

AUSTRALIA

Bp Premier: 7am to 6pm (AEST)

Bp VIP.net: 8am to 6pm (AEDT)

Bp Allied: 8am to 5pm (AEDT)

NEW ZEALAND

Bp VIP.net and VIP Gold: 7am to 6pm (NZDT)

 

PUBLIC HOLIDAYS

AUS: 25th & 26th December, 1st January

NZ: 25th & 26th December, 1st & 2nd January

Available for Emergency Calls:

Australia: 1300 40 1111

New Zealand: 0800 40 1111

 

Our Sales Team will be here for you on workdays from 8am to 5pm between Christmas and New Year (27th, 28th and 31st December)

Email: sales@bpsoftware.net

Australia: 1300 40 1111 (AEST)

New Zealand: 0800 40 1111

 

New reporting tool for Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services

Best Practice has completed the development of a direct load reporting tool for nKPI, HCP, and certain OSR data for our Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services.

The new Bp Premier Reporting Tool is currently being tested by a number of our beta sites and will be available for the December 2018 reporting period.

All  sites will be emailed instructions on installing and using the tool prior to the reporting date for the December 2018 reporting period.

The benefits of this tool include:

  • Reduce the time your staff spend on producing reports for your practice.
  • Send reports directly to the Federal Department of Health’s Health Data Portal.
  • Preview summary and detailed data before submitting the report through the easy-to-use wizard interface.

Sites need to be running Bp Premier Indigo or higher to install and run the reporting tool.

You can find the step-by-step user guide on how to install & use the nKPI tool here.

If you would like any further information about the new reporting tool, you can contact us and request more information.

 

 

Best Practice announces national partnership with AAPM

Best Practice Software is delighted to announce its new national partnership with the Australian Association of Practice Management.

The National Partnership is a first for the two organisations, which will see Best Practice Software support AAPM’s membership of more than 2,700 Practice Managers around Australia.

Best Practice Software’s Chief Operating Officer Craig Hodges said the company had been searching for new industry partnerships and believed the AAPM alliance was a great fit for both parties.

“When we looked closely at what Bp stands for, and our founding principles of quality, care, customer-mindedness, and trustworthiness, we found what we believe is the perfect partner in the AAPM. The AAPM team – and their wide network of hard-working members – mirror our own beliefs in providing quality support for Australasian healthcare, so there’s a level of connectedness between our two organisations that we think makes for a long and healthy relationship”, Mr Hodges said.

“We think our new partnership provides enormous benefits for our users, many of whom are represented in AAPM membership. We’re thrilled with the prospect of further collaboration, and we think AAPM members are going to be very excited to hear some ideas we’ve got in store to maximise member value and benefit” added Mr Hodges.

With AAPM celebrating its 40th year in 2019, AAPM’s Chief Executive Officer Nicholas J Voudouris said it will be a big year for the peak body for Practice Managers in Australia and the ideal time to support and promote leading healthcare tools.

“As AAPM heads into celebrating its 40th year next year, we are delighted that Best Practice Software has chosen to join our partnership family” Mr Voudouris said. “AAPM partnerships are based on genuine relationships which enhance the association and most importantly its members”.