Beyond The Orphanage (BTO) have begun the rollout of their EmPower program. Through “EmPower” Cliniko has provided laptops for children and also ongoing training including learning how to code. BTO's Alison Stieven-Taylor interviews Cliniko's Rachel about the program.
If you weren’t able to be in Melbourne (AU) last night for our second ever Cliniko community meetup, you missed out on a friendly get-together, chats with others that work in the healthcare space, great food (the chicken burgers were voted MVP by…
While you can read the entire AMA over on the Community, we’ve consolidated some of the most popular questions and answers right here on the Cliniko Blog. Read on for Joel’s straight and honest (his words!) answers.
Our video wunderkind, and Cliniko support team member, Rachel, headed off to Nepal in October 2018 to see firsthand the impact that Cliniko subscription donations are making to HIV/AIDS affected, and homeless children.
As of today, we’ve introduced two new fields: Sex and Gender Identity. Gender identity is a person’s sense of their gender. It is not necessarily related to sex, physical characteristics, appearance, behavior, or sexual orientation.
The last couple of weeks have been quite exciting! We’ve been busy little bumblebees 🐝 and have been releasing a ton of new changes — some are more obvious than others, but all of them have been beneficial to Cliniko’s performance!
Hello everyone! It’s Joel from Cliniko here, I just wanted to share a little from a very emotional and inspiring experience we had the other night. I’d really appreciate you reading through this one if you have the time.
On Monday, January 8 between 10:05AM and 10:28AM Cliniko experienced an outage. All times are in UTC+11. First up, we’d like to apologise for the interruption. We take issues like these very seriously.
Over the past month, you may have noticed some changes in how you experience support! We’ve launched two things that we’re pretty stoked about! A new space for the Cliniko Community. A new support site! Why are we excited about these things?
We’ve been helping people use Cliniko for almost 6 years now. In that time we’ve made significant improvements to the support we provide. We respond faster and more accurately than ever before. But we can still do better.
We‘re in the process of setting up an internal dashboard for us to use in the Cliniko office. This is how it’s looking so far. This will let us easily track key metrics at a glance. We’re currently tracking: Number of Cliniko customers.
We are excited to announce that Bruno Pinto (software developer) and Kelly Dyson (designer) are joining our team here at Cliniko. As I announce this, I realise that we do work a bit differently here and I should probably explain that.
We are always astounded by how fast Cliniko is growing and how many different countries our customers are in. We just wanted to share a snapshot of Cliniko use globally. The darker areas are where the heaviest use is.
As many of our customers are aware, we had a significant outage yesterday. Luckily this didn’t affect all of our customers, but that was certainly no consolation for those that it did. So what actually happened?
We are very excited to have just received a copy of our first ever print ad for Cliniko. Typically we don’t spend much on advertising, we much rather use our resources to actually develop the system itself.
We have made a few posts lately about people being overly inspired by Cliniko. I was just ready to let the topic rest when I came across one more that is too good not to share. I think it’s fair to say we have our winner.
First I need to apologise. We have done a poor job of keeping our blog up to date. It’s not that we haven’t been communicating, we are very active on facebook and twitter and also sending out regular newsletters to our customers.