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As the healthcare sector deals with the unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic, general practices have rapidly changed and adapted to a new model of care delivery and access to ensure the continuing safety of their practice teams, patients and the broader community. The below suite of resources provide information and support to GPs providing care via telehealth.
An overview of new MBS items for telehealth/phone services introduced in response to the COVID-19 pandemic
This guide will help specialist general practitioners (GPs) and broader practice teams provide safe and effective telephone and video consultations during these unprecedented times
These flowcharts provide practical steps to take in setting up your practice for telephone and video consultations
This document provides guidance and support for general practitioners (GPs) providing telehealth consultations with patients who require an interpreter
This guide provides guidance on supervision of GPs in training when using telehealth
This document provides information and support for patients who need to see their GP, and the safest, most appropriate way to do this is by a phone or video consultation.
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