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187 – Digitally enabled models of care; Alyce Cuman, Gippsland PHN

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187 – Digitally enabled models of care; Alyce Cuman, Gippsland PHN

Primary care providers play a major role in supporting people in their local community or region - keeping them healthy, and treating them when they’re sick.   But who is helping…
November 1, 2021

187 – Digitally enabled models of care; Alyce Cuman, Gippsland PHN

Primary care providers play a major role in supporting people in their local community or region – keeping them healthy, and treating them when they’re sick.  
But who is helping the GPs, the Allied Health Providers, the population in delivering that care? Who is helping connect it all together and bring it into context, to ultimately ensure the community as a whole is healthier and connected?
In Australia, often much of this is managed by Primary Health Networks (PHNs).  
In this episode, Pete is joined by Alyce Cuman from Gippsland PHN to talk about their region and the specific healthcare needs right now, and the role that technology plays in delivering on those needs, and the important factors when it comes to execution and implementation.

Check out the episode and full show notes here.

To see the latest information, news, events and jobs on offer at Gippsland PHN, visit their Talking HealthTech Directory Listing here

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