This article includes frequently asked questions and answers relating to the common form and the patient prompt.
The community pharmacy contract that came into effect on 1 July 2012 has the provision for managing patients with long term conditions.
This special edition newsletter showcases some of the many quality achievements and learnings from across the network.
Primary Options gives practices access to a range of funded community, diagnostic, therapeutic treatment and logistical services to help treat acute patients.
Refer to the Midlands Health Network recommended read codes.
Pinnacle practices can refer patients to the multidisciplinary team to access services such as podiatry, social work, community pharmacy and dietetics.
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 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.
This document describes the LTCMP in year two and looks at the expectations for years three to five.