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My Health Record: Opt-out trial areas announced
One million Australians could soon be trialling a new online medical records system with Health Minister Sussan Ley last week using a National Press Club address to announce all-inclusive trials of the online system.
Clinical Council to support improvements in local health care (Southern NSW)
COORDINARE, the new South Eastern NSW PHN, is pleased to announce the formation of the Southern NSW Clinical Council.
Medicare Benefit Scheme (MBS) Review Taskforce consultation
This initial survey is only the first in what will be an ongoing series of consultation processes. This consultation process is now open and closes on 9 November 2015.
Primary Health Care Advisory Group's consultation: initial summary
Read the initial summary of the Primary Health Care Advisory Group's (PHACG) consultation regarding its options discussion paper.
New report provides picture of breast cancer in young Australian women
A report released today by the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) for the first time presents information and statistics about breast cancer in young women aged 20-39 years.
Immunisation: Using data to improve service quality for patients
COORDINARE has a particular interest in increasing immunisation rates across our region by working with primary health care providers to harness information and use data to improve patient outcomes.
NSW Pap Test Register: New electronic reminder service
The NSW Pap Test Register is offering a new electronic reminder service to all eligible general practices across NSW.
October is Mental Health Month
Mental Health Month aims to raise awareness about mental health issues.
Ley appointed as Minister for Aged Care
Health Minister Sussan Ley was recently sworn in as minister for aged care.
HealthPathways Illawarra Shoalhaven: Have your say in GP Prioritisation Survey
We are now seeking GP advice and direction on the most relevant clinical areas to move into localising over the next 6-12 months.
COORDINARE announces appointment of new Chair
COORDINARE, the new South Eastern NSW PHN, today announced Richard Spencer has been appointed as the organisation’s new Independent Chair.
Technology in health: Important updates
Keep up-to-date with the latest announcements regarding eHealth.
Clinical Councils: EOIs sought from primary health care staff
Expressions of Interest are now being sought from local primary health care nurses, allied health professionals, Aboriginal health workers and pharmacists who work in South Eastern NSW.
HealthPathways Illawarra Shoalhaven is now live!
HealthPathways will enhance the way hospitals and general practice share the care and management of patients.
Roll out of National Disability Insurance Scheme
The Commonwealth, New South Wales and Victorian governments signed the first agreements for the full rollout of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).
COORDINARE's response to discussion paper
Read COORDINARE's response to the discussion paper: Better outcomes for people with chronic and complex health conditions through primary health care
Report: The global impact of dementia
The World Alzheimer Report 2015: 'The Global Impact of Dementia: An analysis of prevalence, incidence, cost and trends’, released recently, has found that there are currently around 46. 8 million people living with dementia around the world, with numbers projected to nearly double every 20 years, increasing to 74.
Mental health report: Care after a suicide attempt
A national study, Care After A Suicide Attempt (CAASA), shows one third of people presenting to hospital following a suicide attempt will receive no mental health follow-up. Every year around 60,000 people make a suicide attempt.
Appointment reminder translation tool
NSW Refugee Health Service's online reminder tool allows you to translate appointment details into your client's language.
Youth mental health report released
A confronting picture around teenage depression, self-harm and suicide has been painted by the largest ever national survey of youth mental health of its kind in Australian history.