It’s going to be a great 2018!

Thank you for your patience over the busy holiday period and throughout the Practice 2000 to PrimaryClinic Practice migration process. We look forward to working with you throughout this year and have some exciting features and projects planned. We encourage you to take advantage of the special initiatives we will be introducing throughout the year such as the electronic TAC claims project which is now in the pilot stage.
Ready for TAC claims

Do you want to immediately confirm client eligibility and receive payment the next business day after you have submitted a TAC invoice?

The development project for electronic TAC claims is progressing. The aim is to streamline the way you transact with the TAC so that you can have complete confidence you’ll be paid quickly when treating a TAC client. There is still time for small to medium sites in Victoria to use the feature the in the pilot program before it is rolled out widely. If you are interested but haven’t filled in the form, please do so via the button below and we will be in touch.

Sign up to TAC claims

ReferralNet is also a part of Global Health's digital solutions for the healthcare industry. We would like to share the news about ReferralNet's interoperability with Argus.

ReferralNet Secure Messaging has achieved full interoperability with Argus. With ReferralNet you can send and receive referrals, letters and patient summaries to more than 50,000 health care practitioners in the ReferralNet and Argus networks. Digital communication with your clinical stakeholders improves the efficiency of your organisation, saving you both time and money.

Read more about interoperability on ReferralNet’s website. 
ReferralNet's connectivity team can work with you to achieve this in ways that work best for your business. They are offering a free assessment to Global Health customers, to schedule a secure messaging assessment email the team via the button below.

Email ReferralNet

PrimaryClinic Support 

If you have requested the data migration from Practice 2000 to PrimaryClinic Practice, but haven’t yet booked we will be in touch with you over the coming months.

We will regain our support capacity in the up coming months, we appreciate your patience during this time. If you need support during this time we encourage you to email, which lodges a support ticket through our support centre, click the button below to email us.

Email us

PrimaryClinic Practice otherwise known as Pracnet.

PrimaryClinic Medical otherwise known as Medinet.



The Federal Government has committed to My Health Record and will continue and expand the system with a My Health Record for every Australian by December 2018.

As announced in the 2017 budget, this year all Australians will receive an electronic health record – which is a summary of a person’s key health information that can be shared anytime, anywhere between the individual and healthcare providers involved. Health providers will be able to upload, download and view documents in the My Health Record if they have compatible software.

PrimaryClinic Medical is already compliant with My Health Record. If you are only using PrimaryClinic Practice, adding PrimaryClinic Medical is the simplest way for your clinic to connect with My Health Record.  Email us if you wish to go ahead.

Email PrimaryClinic

For our clients in Queensland:
To prepare for this transition in assisting providers to register for the My Health Record system the Brisbane South Primary Health Network is providing training. Please email or phone 1300 467 265 if you would like further information or support.