General practice is central to good health outcomes and system reform.
SEMPHN wants strong primary health care services available to all people in our region – especially those who are vulnerable and/or have chronic health conditions.
Practice Managers can be a key part of managing an effective, efficient and successful general practice.
Practice Managers Network
Practice Managers have the opportunity to join their peers at SEMPHN supported practice network groups across the region. These groups meet two monthly and provide networking opportunities as well as speakers. The groups have access to dedicated online forums (via Basecamp) to further network, share information and interact between meetings.
Read more about Practice Networks.
Medicare Benefits Schedule (MBS)
Understanding and effectively using the Medicare Benefits Schedule (MBS) is central to sustainable general practice management.
MBS Online holds the listing of the Medicare Benefits Schedule, as well as the latest news on MBS fact sheets and useful downloads.
The resources are guides to MBS item numbers:
- Desktop Guide to MBS item numbers
- Quick Guide to MBS item numbers
- After hours MBS item numbers, a quick guide (including "Prolonged attendance for a critical condition")
General Practice standards and forms
The RACGP has many useful business and practice resources, including the General Practice Management Toolkit; employment guides, billing guides and practice guides.
Australian Association of Practice Management
The Australian Association of Practice Management (AAPM) is the peak body representing practice managers. It promotes professional development, leadership and education. It has many resources to assist practice managers.
To join AAPM go to the website www.aapm.org.au
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South Eastern Melbourne PHN acknowledges the traditional custodians of the land our catchment covers, the Boon Wurrung and Wurundjeri people. We pay respect to them, their culture and their Elders past, present and future, and uphold their relationship to this land.
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