I’d like to take the Pharmacy Guild up on their suggestion to collaborate.
Pharmacy vaccinations in Queensland and the slippery slope of health services in community pharmacies
New models of care should support integration, not fragmentation.
It appears that many voters have taken this message to the polling booths…
An innovative concept by the Royal Australian College of GPs.
I came across this joke on Facebook. It’s very applicable to general practice!
There is something seriously wrong with the priorities here…
Bulk billing statistics only tell part of the story.
The Minister for Health issued an interesting warning for GPs
Many practices will soon have to determine a fair and equitable fee based on increasing practice costs.
The next Australian government must invest in quality and sustainable general practice services for the health of all Australians!
If we want the future to be different, we should do things differently.
Governments play different GP groups off against each other; that’s one reason why we need more unity.
The government has decided to stop investing in primary care research.
There are many opportunities for PHNs to support general practice.
There is an enormous opportunity for Primary Health Networks to add value.
Warning: After watching these videos you may feel the sudden urge to pack your bags and move to the country.
Not good: many proposals, trials and projects create fragmented health care.
If you want to find out what really happens in my office, have a look at this 60-second video.
In part 2: Why receiving care from one GP is beneficial for patients and communities.
Is the family doctor who provides continuity of care a dying breed?