Tom Skotnicki- Medical Republic 2 April
GENERAL PRACTICES ARE FRANTIC DEALING WITH THE MASSIVE CHANGES OF THE PAST MONTH. BUT AS A CONSUMER, I URGE THEM TO NOT LOSE THEIR FOCUS ON PATIENTS.
Most of us are disoriented by the rapid changes at a time when so many are living in isolation and often dread. Unless patient relationships are adroitly managed, the changes could prove to be an existential threat. And I suspect those in greatest danger will be those that fail to focus on the patient experience.Continue reading “Surviving Telehealth’s Impending Tectonic Structural Shift”
The PIP QI program went live on 1 August 2019.
The AGPA and a group of concerned Doctors reviewed the data collection arrangements for the program and determined that there were significant privacy issues for patient and Practice information.
The Department of Health has now released a new set of guidelines which addresses many of the issues raised by the AGPA.
A win for common sense.