Australia: Discuss Primary Health Care for Chronic Conditions

Australian survey

‘Better Outcomes for People with Chronic and Complex Conditions Through Primary Health Care’

The Australian Government has released the discussion paper on ‘Better Outcomes for People with Chronic and Complex Conditions Through Primary Health Care‘ and is asking for your views on the paper via an online survey.
The discussion paper examines using technology in healthcare, effective patient care and how health outcomes are measured.
The survey results will contribute to the reform of the Australian health care system and Medicare.
It is a long survey but you can save your answers and return to them later.
There are around 94,000 Australians with ME, let’s make our views heard!

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