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This page contains quick guides to:
MMEx works through any modern web browser such as Chrome, Internet Explorer and Firefox.
First connect to the MMEx webserver by typing the URL below into the address bar of the browser, which will lead you to the MMEx login screen.
Next, enter your MMEx username and MMEx password into the two text fields and then click the Login button, or just press the Enter key.
You are now logged in to MMEx.
If you have multiple accounts for different locations, you can switch to your current location using the name menu in the top right corner of your screen. To find out more about Getting started with MMEx, click here.
If your password is not working, or you have forgotten the password for your MMEx account.
Go to the MMEx logon page and click on the ‘Forgot Password?’ link.
Here is an example only of an email using the ‘Forgot Password?’ link.
Dear “User”, We have received a request to reset your MMEx login password. Your new one time password is: z4G2Fbo7LBs9 You will be requested to change this password upon first login.
You will now be at the MMEx ‘Home’ screen and logged in ready to use MMEx.
To edit your profile settings and create your Signature:
You can add or change any of your details using the text boxes, as shown in Figure 2 below. To save the changes, click the Submit Changes button at the bottom of the page.
MMEx won't let you save your profile unless the following fields are complete:
Doctors, please ensure that your provider and prescriber numbers are complete and current.
For online Medicare claiming, your Medicare location ID and provider type must also be filled in.
To find out more about Managing your profile, click here.
The Mailbox Settings feature helps you organise your messages into separate mailboxes. This page can be located on the Messaging side menu.
To find out more about Mailbox Settings, click here.
A line of green text will display to indicate successful creation of the calendar.
In the Title box, enter the name of the calendar you wish to create.
A custom calendar may define Clinics, or Rooms, depending on the type of service you provide and how you manage your appointment bookings and consultations.
Click Add Calendar.
The Update Calendar window will open automatically to allow you to modify the Calendar properties.
To see more about Calendars, Calendar Properties and Appointments, click here.
From the Calendar, find an available appointment time for the relevant clinician or Clinic.
Patients: select the patient for the appointment using
When all information is correctly entered, click Add
Enter all of the known information into the relevant fields. The only fields that are mandatory at this stage are the name fields, date of birth (DOB) and medicare number. You can indicate that there is no medicare number available using the check box provided. All dates must be entered into MMEx following the format: dd/mm/yyyy, e.g. 17/05/1982.
Once you have finished, click Save to view the Patient Details page, or Save & Open to start adding notes to the patient's clinical record.
You can always get back to this page by opening the patient record & click on Edit Details under the Patient Avatar OR in the Patient Icon menu, select Demographics, under Patient Details.
To find out more about Patient Record Management, click here.
In the middle of the screen you will see the Clinical Record Navigator
Use the Navigator's arrows to move through the menu, or click on the displayed title to see the complete list of Primary Clinical Record screens
To find out more about the Clinical Record click here.
If you get “lost” but want to remain in the Patient Record, click on the Home in the Patient Widget
If you get “lost” but want to exit the patient record, click on the Close Patient in the Patient Widget
Please refer to the online help manual for more details about the features of MMEx. The Left Side Menu displays Section headings. Alternatively enter a search term in the Search box in the top right hand corner to find something specific.