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There is an opportunity for private health insurance to support patient access to the model of general practice care described in the Vision
February 2023 - Increasingly patients are living with multiple chronic diseases. General Practitioners (GPs), as expert generalists in the health system, provide holistic management and play a vital role in care coordination. When patients are referred for specialist care there can sometimes be a disconnect with the GP.
The RACGP supports free access to rapid antigen tests through multiple distribution points targeting those most at risk of severe COVID-19 disease and most likely to spread COVID in the community
The patient medical record systems used in residential aged care facilities (RACFs) are not compatible with those used in general practice.
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Electronic clinical decision support (eCDS) is well established in general practice but it has potential to play an even greater role in supporting the delivery of high-quality, evidence based care
The RACGP considers that high-quality care for older people requires general practitioner (GP)-led multidisciplinary care
General practitioners are specialist medical practitioners who play a unique and central role in our health system as clinicians, care coordinators and system stewards
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