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Gold Coast Primary Health Network (GCPHN) has a number of regular printed and email publications for the community organisations, allied healthcare, general practices and general practitioners.
As of 1 November 2018 all practices undergoing accreditation will be assessed against the 5th Edition Standards (The Standards).
Hope Island Medical Centre (HIMC) has been looking after Gold Coast residents since 2006 and are now using the My health for life program (MH4L) as an opportunity for patients to focus on their health and wellbeing.
The Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet has recently developed a suite of resources on respiratory health among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children.
The Australian Digital Health Agency will be holding the following national weekly webinar series during the month of February 2019, 'What you need to know about connecting your practice to My Health Record'.
Griffith Health Clinics on the Gold Coast offers a range of services for local Gold Coast residents, including dentistry, exercise physiology, nutrition and dietetics, physiotherapy, psychology, social work and speech pathology and often refers patients to the My health for life (MH4L) program
Australians can choose to have or cancel a My Health Record at any point in their life.
The National Asthma Council Australia has issued a warning about a tripling in asthma cases as children aged five to 14 years return to school after the summer holidays.
Resources have been released to assist health professionals and patients with the changes to the Psychological Services Program.
The Free Translating Service is provided for people settling permanently in Australia, to support participation in employment, education and community engagement.
From 1 December 2018, new regulatory requirements commenced that offer greater patient access to information about implantable medical devices.
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