A national service to help parents and caregivers find
the right health provider for their child.
Pinnacle practices can refer patients to the multidisciplinary team to access services such as podiatry, social work, community pharmacy and dietetics.
As-of late November 2016, all Pinnacle MHN practices are now able to claim via Primary Options (PO) for insulin initiation. Refer to notice about extra support available.
Access resources to help promote the nationwide 'Get a heart and diabetes check' campaign to your patients.
The attached template helps your practice to build your own process to screen and manage cardiovascular disease.
Risk stratification will help support your practice to better target care and funding to your patients with long term conditions.
Supports patient management through prompting at individual patient level of action to be taken.
Click here to learn about the new personal health assessment and planning tool.
Self management supports patients to be aware of their own responsibility and opportunities, and help them to remain fit, healthy and independent.
Access the Ministry of Health's Quality Standards for Diabetes Care toolkit.
There are a number of tools available to help you manage patients with long term conditions. Click here to access information about these.
The health literacy knowledge bank provides guidelines and resources to help health professionals and patients interact effectively with each other.
From 1 September 2015, health professionals in Hamilton city will be able to contact the Vulnerable Children's Hub about children you have concerns about.
A revised palliative care project with a new service specification and provider agreement has been developed and will run from 1 November 2013.
Heartland Health is a rural update for Pinnacle practices across New Zealand's largest rural network.
The following resources will help you increase your understanding about child protection and family violence, and better prepare you to support your patients.
The following resources will help your practice better prepare for alcohol screening and providing brief intervention to patients.
These talking points and tips may help you encourage more of your eligible women to get their breasts checked.