General practice input into HARP model of care project

  2 November 2022  The Royal Melbourne Hospital   |   Third party content – view disclaimer

The Royal Melbourne Hospital (RMH) Hospital Admission Risk Program (HARP) is set up to provide short term support and intervention (assessment, integrated care planning and coordination, education and monitoring, service linkages, GP liaison) to support clients to better manage their condition in the community and reduce avoidable hospital presentations and admissions.

RMH has engaged with consultancy firm Impact Co. to define a model of care for HARP for the future and is seeking GPs to participate in a 45–60 minute meeting with Impact Co., to share their insights on the opportunities and challenges with managing chronic disease and supporting patients at risk of hospitalisation. This includes, where possible, GP experiences of working with HARP.

The meeting is proposed for 12pm, Friday, 25 November 2022, online (using Zoom) and RMH will remunerate you for your time. Please email Simon Mathieson, Community Services Manager, The Royal Melbourne Hospital to if you are able to participate in this consultation opportunity.

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