Oqea is the digital health and wellbeing platform that provides collaboration and communication options for individuals and providers. It is not a medical device (it is not intended to diagnose, treat monitor, alleviate or cure illness or disease).
Care Team means a group of people consisting of an Individual and that Individual’s Providers and Supporters access to which is controlled by the Individual.
Individual means the individual whose Personal Information is shared using the Oqea Platform and to whom a Provider provides health or other services and to whom a Supporter provides support.
Personal Information means the personal information of an Individual (which includes information of a sensitive nature relating to the health and well-being of the Individual) or the personal information of a Provider or a Supporter, which is shared in using the Oqea Platform and includes information relating to the health and other services provided to the Individual by Providers.
Privacy Laws means any applicable laws or legislation relating to privacy, data protection or the protection of confidential information including (without limitation) the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth), My Health Records Act 2012 (Cth), the Health Records and Information Privacy Act 2002 (NSW) and common law and equitable rights relating to the protection of confidential information.
Provider means a person providing health or other services to an Individual and includes the company or other legal entity providing the services and the individual practitioner providing the services.
Supporter means a person providing support to the Individual and includes any company or other legal entity providing support and any individual providing support.
Last Updated: 11 March 2021