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|Title: ||Patient-centred healthcare homes in Australia: Towards successful implementation|
|Authors: ||Menzies Centre for Health Policy|
|Issue Date: ||Jul-2016|
|Publisher: ||Consumers Health Forum of Australia; The George Institute for Global Health; Menzies Centre for Health Policy; Royal Australian College of General Practitioners|
|Abstract: ||On the 12th July 2016, the Consumers Health Forum of Australia, the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP), the Menzies Centre for Health Policy and The George Institute for Global Health hosted a Roundtable in Melbourne. The Roundtable discussed the patient-centred health care home model (PCHCH) and developed consensus principles to guide implementation in the Australian context.|
|Description: ||The recommendation from the Roundtable is that the 25 principles for implementation are used across national, regional and local contexts to help guide the next stage of the development of the PCHCH, particularly in designing models and developing the infrastructure and supports needed to enable their implementation. The 25 principles consolidate the expertise of the Roundtable to provide advice on how we can adapt our health system to improve patient outcomes and shape the future of healthcare – improving access for all Australians patient-centred, high quality, appropriate care as needed.|
|Department/Unit/Centre: ||Menzies Centre for Health Policy|
|Type of Work: ||Technical Report|
|Appears in Collections:||Reports - Menzies Centre for Health Policy|
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