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APCC Program has helped over 400,000 patients & continues to deliver value for money

Watch how the APCC Program has helped over 400,000 Australian patients and continues to deliver value for money and better health outcomes. $1 in primary care saves $12.90 in hospital costs.

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APCC – making a real difference to people’s quality of life

“Today, the Australian Primary Care Collaboratives program is a highly successful initiative – making a real difference to people’s quality of life through the pursuit of excellence and continued improvement.”  Assistant Minister for Health, Fiona Nash Opening Speech at APCC Wave 10.

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The largest QI program of its type in Australia – 10 years of APCC achievements

The Australian Primary Care Collaboratives Program has helped primary health care professionals improve care for hundreds of thousands of patients with a chronic disease.

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Delivering improvements in Vaccination Survelliance

“Thanks for all your help with the vaccination surveillance system project. We have been able to follow-up vaccinations in much more timely way and the IF site has allowed us to expand our safety monitoring program. This is a huge improvement for us – you guys live up to your name!” – Annette Regan, WA Health

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An external modelling (NATSEM) report finds APCC delivers a return on investment

An external modelling report found the Australian Primary Care Collaboratives Program delivers one of the most effective intervention for the treatment of diabetes within primary health care.

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Latest APCC results – delivering improvements in primary healthcare

View the latest results for the Program that continues to help Australian general practices deliver long lasting improvements in primary healthcare.

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Continuous quality improvement for people with cardiovascular disease

“Quality improvement initiatives, such as the APCC, should be made available more broadly to practices to support continuous quality improvement in the provision of care for people with, or at high risk of, CVD.” Improving cardiovascular health outcomes in Australian general practice. Facts and recommendations to support government relations and policy development. July 2010. Heart Foundation.

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Quality Improvement helps GPs use eHealth records

Outstanding results were achieved by participants in our quality improvement collaborative designed to help Australian general practices adopt the Personally Controlled Electronic Health Record.

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Improving quality of care for Aboriginal Communities

“We have established steps for making system changes at the practice level, resulting from participation in the IF Closing the Gap Collaborative, which has resulted in improved quality of care for Aboriginal Communities across Queensland”. Dr Katie Panaretto, Public Health Medical Officer, Qld Aboriginal and Islander Health Council

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Developed the first national online reporting tool for A&TSI Health Services

We developed and implemented the first national online reporting tool for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Services.

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100% Success Rate – APCC Participant results

A survey of past APCC participants revealed that 100% of survey respondents had applied the skills that they learnt in the program to make improvements within their organisation.

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Developing and enhancing general practice processes of care

“The APCC Program has been instrumental in developing and enhancing general practice processes of care which lead to better health outcomes for people with chronic disease” Prof. Claire Jackson, past President, Royal Australian College of General Practitioners

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