Best Practice Software supports Scouts Australia

Scouts are known for always being prepared and that has extended to being prepared for any medical eventuality at the Australian Venture, from 2nd January at Camp Warrawee, north of Brisbane.

Best Practice Software have been supplying Scouts Australia with their GP medical software Bp Premier for over a decade.

Dr Michael Rice, a Scouts member in Beaudesert Queensland, says using Bp Premier makes healthcare for kids and adults so much simpler.

Best Practice Software has been generous in allowing Scouts to use their software at events for over a decade, where we can have 1000 to 10,000 youth and adults attending.

We are able to load up our attendance database for each event, saving time and improving accuracy. Dr Rice said.

Scout events can run up to a fortnight, with the attendees and most leader volunteers arriving within the space of a few hours prior to the event and with little time to familiarise with software systems.

Clinical Nurse at the PA Hospital Emergency Department and Venturer Scout Leader at Wishart-Chester Scout Group in Toohey Forest District Kelly Jenkins says Best Practice is very intuitive and easy to learn.
We have a range of volunteers including doctors, nurses, various health science students and administrators, and if they have used electronic clinical records in the past, they learn Best Practice’s Bp Premier so quickly that we are productive from day one. Jenkins said.
CEO and founder of Best Practice Software Dr Frank Pyefinch says he is pleased to see Bp support Scouts Australia over many years.

We have been a very proud supporter of Scouts Australia and we are delighted that our medical software has assisted them at many of their major events. Dr Pyefinch said.