How might patient-centred medical homes work in Australia?

This piece, published on the Croakey health blog, outlines how the patient-centred medical home model works and what it could mean for the way primary healthcare is delivered in Australia.

Written by Centre for Primary Health Care and Equity Director Professor Nick Zwar and Sax Institute Publications Manager Megan Howe, it reports on the recent symposium, hosted jointly by the Centre and the HARC – the Hospital Alliance for Research Collaboration.

HARC drives innovative thinking about current and emerging challenges in the delivery of healthcare. It aims to improve health and hospital services through research and is a partnership between the Sax Institute, the Clinical Excellence CommissionAgency for Clinical InnovationBureau of Health Information, Cancer Institute NSW and Office of Kids and Families, NSW Health.

Find out more

  • Learn more about HARC
  • Visit the Croakey Health Wrap – a fortnightly wrap of news in public health produced by the Sax Communications team for Croakey