We're excited to announce that Version 33 is now available for download.
e-Prescribing is now available to all Zedmed clients. This coincides with Greater Melbourne being declared a large-scale e-Prescribing Community of Interest in response to the second-wave outbreak of COVID-19 in that area. What this means for practices in the Greater Melbourne area, is that you can be reasonably confident that pharmacies in your area will now be able to dispense e-Scripts to your patients. Because of this availability, ePrescribing has been activated by default for Victorian clients.
If you are located outside of Victoria there are additional steps you need to take to enable e-Prescribing functionality. The first thing to do is to ensure that you have pharmacies nearby to you who are able to dispense e-Scripts. If you do, then call our support team on 1300 933 000 and we will complete the required activation steps for ePrescribing.
For help with e-Prescribing functionality, visit our e-Prescribing help page.
Click on the button below to download the Zedmed V33 Release Notes.Zedmed V33 Release Notes
This release also includes:
- Automated MIMS updates: Zedmed will now notify users in Clinical when a new MIMS update is available. A MIMS update can be downloaded from within Zedmed Clinical at any time and does not require access to the Zedmed server
- SMS feature updates: Zedmed now supports 2-Way SMS messages via Inspirus
- Item updates: new groups and sub-groups have been added for MBS fee updates
- Zedmed Trial License: a new installer for a free trial edition is available with trial license for a limited period, after which features in Office and Clinical will become read-only