For Practices

General practitioners (GPs) are ideally placed to identify patients at risk of, or in the early stages of, chronic disease and to implement prevention and early intervention efforts to reduce disease progression and subsequent hospitalisation.

On average, 85% of Australians visit their GP at least once every year and 2 million visit a GP each week. Data which can identify patients at risk of developing, or who already have, chronic disease are already collected and held within general practice electronic medical records (EMRs).

Software tool

The Future Health Today tool consists of a Dashboard, Point of Care support, resources and guidelines. Read more…

Program of work

The robust program of work includes quality improvement opportunities, resources for consumers, and significant research capability and experience.  Read more…

EOIs for 2021 trial

We’re seeking expressions of interest from practices wishing to participate in our cluster randomised control trial in 2021. Read more..

Quality improvement

Education, activities and reports to facilitate quality improvement, linked to CPD requirements. Read more…

Project ECHO

A series of live, online collaborative education and information sessions with disease specialists supporting practitioners to manage complex patients. Read more…