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Tamworth, September 2019:

I was picked up at Tamworth airport and driven to my hotel by a professional driver, a lovely guy, aged probably in his early 30’s. We chatted and he asked me why I was visiting his town. When I told him Hunter New England has the highest incidence of preventable deaths from heart disease in NSW and myself and many health professionals were all there to work together to try to change that – to ‘Save 2000… Continue reading

Christmas 2018 blog

Merry Christmas & Reflections on 2018

As I prepare for my 56th flight of the year to return home for a Christmas break I reflect on the reasons why 2018 has been one of my favourite years in this 12th year of running my business. For me the reason is the connection to people.

No doubt the  reason I am feeling even more connected to people this year is because we did more consulting, more in-practice and online customised… Continue reading

US ‘person-centred’ study tour part 3: New York

What an incredible experience New York was! Visits included 2 Urgent Care centres, 4 Pharmacies (which have to be seen to be believed), a Physical Therapy centre (Physio) and the famous Mount Sinai hospital. From my 3-state tour I now have 35 pages of notes (and 400 photos) but to summarise, my top 5 learnings were:

  1. Health care roles are evolving  It is common for patients to see at least 3 clinicians in one visit. A patient in the… Continue reading

US ‘person-centred’ study tour part 2: Georgia

I am very privileged to be on this US ‘person-centred’ study tour (see prelude & part 1 of tour here) with a clinician who  has worked half their life in Australia and half in Georgia, USA. They currently work in the US and have joined me on this tour which is both enlightening and also opening many extra doors, enabling detailed insights into US systems and the impact of recent large-scale patient-centred healthcare reforms.

Family and… Continue reading

‘Health Care Homes’ – alternative Australian models

Health Care Homes – Blog 4 of 4 part series

Most general practices we work in these days are struggling to remain viable whilst continuing to offer a high standard of healthcare. If they are still bulk billing it is not uncommon for doctors to see 50 patients per day and patients to wait over an hour to be seen. I am finding if practices are not already charging patients a gap fee they are talking about introducing one.… Continue reading

2017 Reflections & Christmas greetings

 

2017 Reflections

Each year I like to take the time to write a Xmas blog post because it gives me the opportunity to reflect on the past year and consider what has been achieved. I am a big believer in celebrating successes and evaluating in order to make improvements.

We’re loving the fact quality data is now a hot topic in health. This has meant an even busier year for myself and my wonderful team which has grown with… Continue reading

Free Resources – In case you missed them

In this blog we are highlighting the many free resources we have developed with our customers in mind.

We know from the feedback we receive that our educational resources are highly valued and regarded by many of you as a source of learning and expertise that is unavailable elsewhere.  We aim to keep making resources available for free for you for as long as possible.

Just in case you have missed some of our recent and most popular… Continue reading

Allied Health – Free Resources

In case you missed it – Train IT Medical have been working closely with Allied Health Professions Australia (AHPA) and providing free digital health education.  To date in 2017 we have run 4 webinars which were attended by over 750 allied health professionals.  These live webinars were recorded and are freely available for you to watch from http://ahpa.com.au/resources  as well as my own website where I have created a dedicated page of Free Resources… Continue reading

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