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Weekly Newsletter #46 - 17th May 2021
Weekly Newsletter #46 - 17th May 2021

Our weekly update for everything that happened last week

Updated over a week ago

Bringing you a wrap-up of product development, improvements, new features, updates, and more.

Let's get into it.

😀 Middle name, Culture, Gender, and Pronouns on client's details now part of data backup

The newly added client details are now also part of your data backup.

😀 New insurer contact list for easy 'Insurer' contact management

You can now easily add existing insurer contacts from a list to a client record.

😀 Improvement on Treater interface on client's contact list

A recent update has been made on the treater's interface so that you can have a consistent experience while navigating coreplus.

🐛 Space character in Telehealth by coreplus is now recognized

A bug has been fixed which impacted the space character in Telehealth by coreplus not to be recognised when on chat.

✔️ Tip of the week

Did you know there is no limit to the file type when uploading files into your client's case notes? The common PDF, jpeg, doc are supported. You can also insert images, audio files, body charts, and more.

Read about how coreplus supports allied health practitioners during the pandemic.

Cyber criminals are dedicated to stealing healthcare data and an effective and enforced MFA strategy is your first line of defense against them. An effective data security plan will save your healthcare practice time and money in the future. Check out the most prevalent MFA methods used to secure digital healthcare practice.

📹New Video!

With females generally making most of the decisions around household healthcare needs, traditional generalized healthcare service models may be missing the mark with a large percentage of healthcare consumer needs. In this episode, we extract a discussion between Yianni Serpanos and Megan Capriccio that concentrates on how Allied Health care providers can niche around female health by designing specific and scalable healthcare service delivery models and women’s health journeys. Megan Capriccio is a co-Founder FemTech Collective a network of entrepreneurs, innovators, and professionals in the women's health tech industry that assist FemTech innovators to connect, collaborate, up-skill and create better products by accessing business support services & strategic global networks via the Collective. (

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