Victorian GP superclinics launch diabetes service supported by MediTracker

Patients living with poorly managed diabetes in north-east Melbourne are being offered new team care arrangements providing them with 24 hour access to their GP medical record through Precedence Health Care's MediTracker app.

Funded by Eastern Melbourne PHN and led by Nexus Primary Health, which runs the GP superclinic at Wallan, and DPV Health, which has two superclinics in Broadmeadows and Mill Park, the new service aims to improve the long-term outcome for people with diabetes and reduce demand on acute services in the area. The superclinics provide allied health as well as medical care.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: Precedence Health Care, MediTracker

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