ACI is pleased to announce the establishment of a new Aboriginal Chronic Conditions Network, which will work to improve the experience and healthcare of Aboriginal people with a chronic disease in NSW. Find out more about how to join…
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WNSW PHN recognises the importance of access to quality local CPD opportunities for primary health care professionals across our region.
The Commonwealth Department of Health is consulting with the public on how data in the My Health Record system may be used in the future. Public consultations are being held to give people the opportunity to provide input about who should be able to access My Health Record data, for what purposes and what the oversight arrangements should be.
The Telehealth in Residential Aged Care Facilities Program (TRAC) has recently been launched in Broken Hill and Dubbo, using video consultations to improve access to health professionals. Dr Ai-Vee Chua of Dubbo Family Doctors provided the first consultation to an aged care resident at Catholic Healthcare Holy Spirit.
The AHHA has released a Deeble Institute Evidence Brief on ‘What works’ in partnering to deliver effective Aboriginal health services: the Western New South Wales Primary Health Network experience. The release of the Evidence Brief follows the launch of the region’s Cultural Safety Framework on 18 August in Broken Hill by the Minister for Indigenous Health, Hon. Ken Wyatt, MP.
WNSW PHN today launched its Integrated Chronic Care Atlas of Dubbo and Coonamble, along with the Integrated Mental Health Atlas of Western NSW. The atlases apply an international methodology to map services and identify gaps in the region.
Western NSW Primary Health Network launches its cultural safety framework on Friday, 18 August in Broken Hill. This framework enables our organisation and service providers to positively influence the health and wellbeing of Aboriginal People.
Western NSW Primary Health Network (WNSW PHN) is pleased to announce the appointment of a new service provider for the provision of Psychological Therapy Services for under-serviced Groups. From 1 October 2017, Marathon Health will provide services under a new model to those individuals requiring primary mental health care who are not likely to be able to have their needs met through Medicare subsidised mental health services.