Kicking COVID-19 General Practice Continuity Checklist Guide

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We have a free COVID-19 plan for your practice.

How are you and the team doing?

We understand that practices are busy responding to COVID-19. We hope this guide may help you work more efficiently and effectively. 

We aim to make this easier for you and make sure General Practices stay open to free up the local emergency department. 

This will take another six months and has permanently changed how general practice will operate in the future.

Since February, we have been extremely busy helping GP practices in the East Coast starting in Epping with a COVID-19 Response.

At the time, this has stretched our resources. The upside is we have now produced a free peer-reviewed self-assessment checklist and a practical troubleshooting guide for your Practice.

This initiative was featured in the national Medical Republic below.

Six vital steps to take if your practice is in COVID-19 distress

The key is to calm any concern with a plan on how the Practice can deal with immediate PPE issues, to short and long term viability and part transitioning to telehealth to ensure patient continuity.

Based on our 28 years of national experience and your input over the years, we have addressed the problem. This practical guide is for owners, staff and patients to reduce any immediate concerns.  

The checklist is being updated daily due to rule changes. You can access and bookmark a live link to your browser.

Check your finances now

Breaking news: Path Labs Rent Reduction

Pathology labs are requesting a 50% rent reduction. If you have one, do not agree to anything without talking to us first. You do not have to accept it. Please check our new guide below on what to do next. 

Many practices are concerned with their future viability and what to do next. Especially those practices that have experienced a 20% to 30% drop in revenue. This can be fixed.

If you have not already, the first thing is to check your finances and give me a quick no charge call on 0407 620 120. Check-in if there is a concern or opportunity.

We are doing fine – we can help you in many ways if you need it

Three weeks ago, our staff transitioned to working from home remotely and seamlessly. Practices should not experience any disruption to services.

You can DIY, or we can provide Practice Assistance at your request. We will provide a high priority complimentary orientation session if you have any questions for the first 50 practices that contact us.

The key to overcoming this crisis is to have a trusted evidence-based clinical and non-clinical structured step by step personal and practice plan without reinventing the wheel and not being overwhelmed. 

This will be the new normal for general practice – a bigger move to the cloud starting with Telehealth services.

Where to start?

Please click on the invitation registration link below to get the Practice started. A separate invitation to the national webinar will be sent.

Click here to register for access to the checklist and the guide. 

This is the fastest way for you to access and share with your colleagues.

This will reduce the number of emails and any confusion.

We welcome your feedback on our Facebook feedback page. Thank you for any ideas. We are receiving a lot of national media interest, so keep an eye out for updates and follow our social media feeds.

Please review our checklists over the break. 

Stay safe.

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