Latest newsJanuary 2020
‘What can I do?’ How one medical practice is changing its community
GP Trevor Kemper, Director of Equilibrium Healthcare in Helensburgh, had often noted the impacts of excessive alcohol consumption in his community. The practice had seen a rise in alcohol-related illness and injury, and several patients were being managed for extreme anxiety and depression related to regular alcohol use.
Increased use of My Health Record by healthcare providers
Healthcare providers have uploaded documents to an additional 490,000 My Health Records in one month. This takes the total in December 2019 to nearly 13 million My Health Records with information in them, up from 12. 5 million in November.
COORDINARE's role in bushfire response and recovery
The South Eastern NSW region has been badly affected by the recent bushfires, and you may be wondering about COORDINARE’s role in response and recovery.
Speeding up the process to get doctors to bushfire-affected communities
The Australian Government has announced emergency protocols to ensure GPs and allied health professionals can access bushfire-affected communities where they are needed the most. The Department of Health and Department of Human Services will prioritise all applications from doctors who want to work in medical practices in bushfire-affected communities.
Burns pathways now live
Burns pathways are now live on both ACT & Southern NSW HealthPathways and Illawarra Shoalhaven HealthPathways.