Task Management … so that no task can fall through the cracks.
Task Management helps you manage the complexities of a modern healthcare practice ensuring tasks don’t fall through the cracks. You can automate the allocation of important recurring tasks and have greater visibility in one central dashboard.
Talk to us about configuring the platform to the unique circumstances of your practice with flexible pricing options, for a custom healthcare task management solution that works for you.
Your dashboard shows you which tasks have been assigned and what is outstanding across all your team at all locations to keep you on top of progress
Tasks can be allocated by role, teams or practices, with tasks linked to their personalised task list. This improves accountability and collaboration.
Notifications are automatically sent out when important tasks are due or are still outstanding, reducing the time and effort spent chasing up staff.
The history of all tasks can be easily retrieved, giving you an auditable history to support accreditation or in the event of a medico-legal incident.
Set up complex recurring tasks in advance. Cross-reference the tasks with relevant policies, procedures and register to reduce the risk of errors.
Tasks can be linked to roles, relevant policies and procedures, equipment registers and documents keeping related information easily accessible to users.
Talk to us about configuring the platform to the unique circumstances of your practice with flexible pricing options
All set-up options include policies and procedures
(includes up to 5 users)
$10.00 user/month + GST
*Monthly subscription automatically renewed via credit card
(includes up to 5 users)
$9.00 user/month + GST
**Paid annually in advance
This discussion paper has been developed by Avant and the Australian Association of Practice Management (AAPM). It aims to stimulate discussion and action on the role of the practice manager in the transformation of healthcare practice in Australia.
Performance management is one of the more challenging aspects of the medical practice environment. Rewarding good performance should always be a priority and not forgotten. The focus of this factsheet is on the management of poorly performing staff.
In this one-hour information session, our expert panel presents solutions to managing vulnerable workers, practice staff returning to work, the health and safety of workers and reducing an employee’s hours of work if the practice is quiet.