How to kickstart your CDM Program in 2022
The TGA and ATAGI recently approved the use of Pfizer as a booster dose for individuals aged 18 and over. It has been recommended that booster doses be administered at least six months after a patient received their second dose of any COVID-19 vaccines registered for use in Australia. With this approval, we ask
Chronic Disease Management (CDM) is rapidly growing in Australia and General Practice. Data suggests that 34-50% of GP consultations involve the active management of one or more chronic conditions. Typically, when patients are diagnosed with a chronic disease, they are booked in for a GP Management Plan (GPMP), a Team Care Arrangement (TCA) or
WOW! 2021 has been quite the year so far! There have been highs, there have been lows. But as we begin celebrating Cubiko’s 2nd birthday and my thirty something birthday on the 1st of October, I am taking some time to reflect on all the things that we have accomplished this year.
Many practices are relying on their practice data to ensure that they meet the first and second-dose service at the same practice criteria. This article will outline five ways you can make sure patients come back for their second vaccine to secure the PIP payment.
With General Practice evolving dramatically over the past two decades, common risks we face today were unheard of a decade or two ago. Data is all around us, from our business and financial systems to our patient records. Practices are becoming increasingly reliant on their practice data to manage risk.
Missed opportunities are one of the key contributors to strain on time and resources within General Practice. Therefore, reducing your Do Not Attend (DNA) rate is vital for the practice as it ultimately helps improve your patients access to healthcare services. Below are our top 5 tips to reduce your DNA rate: Allow for
To support the delivery of safe, high-quality care and achieve the best possible patient outcomes General Practices around Australia participate in completing Quality Improvement activities. This article outlines four reasons why Practices complete QI activities.
Over ten years ago, I started my journey working at Inala Primary Care as their Business Manager. A clinic with excellent doctors and nurses who were doing fantastic work for the community. But as a business, it was in bad shape. Over ten years ago, I started my journey working