Read the notice of Pinnacle Incorporated's Annual General Meeting for 2018.
As part of Budget 2018 several
changes will take place from 1 December 2018 to provide people with greater
access to primary care services. Find out what this means for your practice.
Ventures have formed a partnership with an Australian-based genomics company to make full medication PGx and sub-speciality panels available within New Zealand.
Waikato DHB has exited the child and youth coordination services (Cay-C) contract, effective 17 December 2018.
Read more about the concern raised about the accuracy of point of care testing for the
International Normalised Ratio (INR).
Injury prevention programmes are offered in Waikato, Taranaki and Tairāwhiti.
Heath Te Aroha is embracing te reo in a big way. We had a chat with practice manager Dwayne Stewart about this impressive effort.
Latest news from the primary mental health team in Waikato.
Māori workforce development initiative key to ensuring primary health care services are more accessible to minority groups
One size doesn't fit all and neither does a single dose. PGx introduces precision based prescribing to your patients assisting in avoiding some of the guess work and complications.
Are you keen to have your voice heard? We are looking for two general practitioners to sit on the Pinnacle quality and education committee.
A closed access Facebook group for Pinnacle GPs to share ideas
A message from Dr Maree McCracken, GP liaison - mental health.
Check out some of the highlights for Pinnacle during April to June 2018.
indici is excited to
welcome Dr Steve Finnigan's Taranaki practice, along with the Inglewood
District Health Trust (district nursing service), onto the platform.
Read about the initiation of the Mental Health Act process here.
The proposed "go live" date for bowel cancer screening in the Lakes DHB has been deferred to February 2019. Read more, including key messages for GPs and practices.
The Lakes extended care team help general practice to support high-needs patients. Check out the latest patient outcome stories.
The Taranaki medical officer of health has recently notified practices around the region of a cluster of cases of meningococcal disease, a stark reminder this disease is still out there despite an apparent downward trend in incidence.
With the 2017-2018 results now confirmed, three
practices have stood out as leading contributors to the smokefree Aotearoa 2025