Expressions of interest for Patient Centred Medical Neighbourhood Readiness Program
CESPHN is offering general practices located in our region the opportunity to be part of the Patient Centre Medical Neighbourhood (PCMN) Readiness Program
Why is the PCMN Readiness Program a priority?
The PCMN readiness program is an opportunity for general practices to prepare for the future. As you know Australian primary health care will be going through some significant changes with the redesign of Practice Incentive Program (PIP) (May 2018), to the introduction of a Quality Improvement PIP and the implementation of the Health Care Homes model of care in Australia.
CESPHN is inviting general practices to participate in the PCMN Readiness Program
The PCMN Readiness Program will support participating practices to modify and adapt their patient care and business systems.
The Program offers:
- Ongoing support of a Quality Improvement Support Program Officer
- Face to face training
- Clinical leadership training
- Assessment of the readiness of your practice
- Quality improvement resources and tools from CESPHN
- Upskilling in:
– the new funding models
– becoming champions of change and implementing CQI within your practice
– managing and improving the way you manage your population health for your practice.
To find out more on how you can be a part of the PCMN Readiness Program or for more information contact CESPHN Patient Centred Medical Neighbourhood Program Lead, Catherine Scardilli on 8752 4937 or email c.scardilli@cesphn
More information is avialble on the Patient Centred Medical Neighbourhood Readiness Program flyer.