Chronic Disease Management

Diabetes management

Diabetes is a national health priority, with over 4% of Australians diagnosed with diabetes. The early identification and optimal management of people with diabetes is critical to reduce the incidence of diabetes.

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Pain Management

One in five Australians, including children and adolescents, will suffer chronic pain in their lifetime and majority of the people living with chronic pain are missing out on treatment that could improve their health and quality of life.

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Cardiovascular Disease

CVD refers to diseases of the heart and blood vessels, and it includes coronary heart disease (also known as ischaemic heart disease) cerebrovascular disease (stroke), heart failure, hypertension and rheumatic heart disease.

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Chronic Kidney Disease

Chronic kidney disease (CKD) presents a significant health problem in Australia with one in ten Australian adults diagnosed with CKD and one in three having incresed risk of developing CKD.  

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Respiratory Disease

Lung disease affects more than 2.6 million Australians and puts a large financial burden on our health system. Lung Cancer is the fourth most common cancer diagnosed in both men and women.

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Quality Improvement

Measuring quality focuses on a multi-dimensional approach of the interactions between structure, processes and outcomes.

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