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Person Centred Collaborative Care (PCCC) in general practice

Across Australia and internationally general practices are working to adopt innovative models of care delivery to enhance the quality of care provided to patients by becoming Patient Centred Medical Homes (PCMH), a model that is supported by the RACGP.

Brisbane South PHN’s PCCC program is working in partnership with interested practices in targeted geographic locations to adopt and implement a PCMH type of model. The program is working to transform primary care in our region by building the capacity and capability of practices to increasingly deliver care that is:

  • person centred
  • comprehensive
  • coordinated
  • accessible
  • safe and of high quality
  • accountable and transparent.

In addition to existing Brisbane South PHN programs and education, PCCC practices have access to additional support from PCCC practice consultants, our GP clinical lead, and access to a range of professional development opportunities.

The PCCCP program aims to achieve the following:

If you would like to learn more about this exciting opportunity and how we can support your practice, please contact the Person Centred Collaborative Care team by emailing pccc@bsphn.org.au or phoning 07 3864 7555.

Opportunities for PCCC practices

LEAN health care training
Date: Saturday 17 November 2018

Practice Leadership Advantage (clinical and business leadership training program for general practice)
Date: Commencing February 2019 
About: This training program will equip interested clinicians and practice managers with enhanced leadership skills to effect and lead meaningful change.

Go Share health care pilot
Date: Commencing 2019
About: PCCC practices will have the opportunity to pilot innovative health education delivery for your patients. This includes access to training and an extensive library of credible health resources, including 800+ patient stories, 1000+ fact sheets, animations and tools. Quick and easy to use, it enables clinicians to send digital resources to recipients by email or SMS in just a few seconds.

Pictured above: PCCCP target SA3s identified as areas of need through the Brisbane South PHN 2018 Needs Assessment.