GP revolt over new patient care

A new scheme plans to give chronically ill patients a maximum $1795 worth of GP care a year. Picture: iStock DOCTORS are in revolt over the government’s revolution in GP care demanding a delay in the scheme that will see cancer and other chronically ill patients given a maximum $1795 worth of GP care a year. Every major GP group in the country has joined a united front to warn the Health Care Home scheme is not properly funded and that doctors are being asked to sign up before the rules are developed. The Health Care Homes policy is a…
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