Delivering local primary health care solutions Dr Tony Hobbs Chair. 4 May 2007. Overview. Key drivers Recent reforms What this means for my practice? The future Better integration of primary, secondary and tertiary care. Chronic disease Cardio vascular disease Cancer Diabetes Asthma
4 May 2007
Cardio vascular disease
Alcohol and drugs
"It is frustrating that many of the conditions resulting in preventable hospital admissions are ones which are easily managed in the community setting.
For example, diabetes, which accounts for over 25% of preventable admissions, can be successfully treated by GPs and a primary care team...”
Prue Power, Executive Director, AHA
Aged care preventable hospital admissions are ones which are easily managed in the community setting.
Alcohol and other drugs
Quality use of medicines
More Access to Allied Health Services (MAHS)
Pre-Diabetes ClinicRiverina Division of General Practice & Primary Care: Programs
GPs preventable hospital admissions are ones which are easily managed in the community setting.
Child & Family Nurse
Women’s Health Nurse
CEO / Practice Manager
Reception / Clerical staff
Day Centre Coordinator
Mental Health Generalist Counsellor
Alcohol & Other Drug Worker
Sexual Assault worker
Dental therapistHealth One