RACGP repeats calls for My Health Record incentive as consumer packs roll out
The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) has repeated its call for an incentive to be paid to individual GPs for participation in the My Health Record, maintaining its opposition to the practice-based ePIP incentive structure and the upload targets for shared health summaries to qualify.
The college has issued a position statement on the My Health Record this week, as consumer marketing collateral begins arriving to assist general practices with questions they are likely to get from patients about opting out of the scheme. Consumers will be able to opt out online or over the phone from July 16.
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