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Chris Hardie

Initial release



Matthias Merzenich

Updated PAT CAT functionality V 1.1



Matthias Merzenich

Updated PAT CAT functionality V 1.2



Matthias Merzenich

New functions added:
Download options for all report graphs
Numbers added to demographics report



Matthias Merzenich

New report added:
Pap Smear Report Card



Matthias Merzenich

Updated Benchmark report description to clarify the 'Adjusted' column
Added 'how to find the version number'
Added 'how to find missing extracts'



Matthias Merzenich

Updated logos and company/product names
Added new features and changes in PAT CAT v2.0
New benchmark report
New Quality Improvement Reports



Matthias Merzenich

New format for online user guide
Some screenshots and detail changes
Custom data import option added

2.1.1 Matthias MerzenichUpdated format for online documentation


The Practice Aggregation Tool for the Clinical Audit Tool (PAT CAT) is a data repository, data aggregation and reporting tool for CAT4 de-identified data extract files. It is designed to assist with population health analysis and reporting by aggregating data from many practices over time.
PAT CAT provides aggregated statistics and figures that clearly show population health on a regional scale, yet also provides granular practice specific data. This is achieved through a comprehensive collection of graphs, reports, statistics, indicators, timelines, geospatial mapping and customisable data filtering.

  Practices upload their own data to the PAT CAT server in accordance with their agreement with the organization hosting the PAT CAT – normally this is the local PHN or other organisation. The practice is provided with a login to the PATCAT web site by the organisation which allows them to view their own data and compare it to the aggregated data results.   

The purpose of this document is to provide instructions on how to use PAT CAT. It is assumed that the users are familiar with CAT4, as all data originates from that application and the user interface of PAT CAT is based on that of CAT4.

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