General Practitioners, Practice Nurses and Allied Health Professionals required for HealthPathways Paediatric Nutrition and Development Workgroup
EOI Title: HealthPathways Paediatric Nutrition and Development Workgroup
Closing Date of EOI: Tuesday 06 February 2018
Contact Person: Chelsea Martin, email@example.com, (02) 9432 8247
Are you a Health Professional with an interest in Paediatrics, practicing in Northern Sydney?
Sydney North Health Primary Network (SNPHN) is now seeking individual expressions of interest from General Practitioners (GPs), Practice Nurses (PNs) and Allied Health Professionals (APHs), to contribute to the development of HealthPathways.
HealthPathways is an online manual used by clinicians to help make assessment, management, and specialist request decisions for over 550 conditions, to assist patients with receiving the right care, in the right place at the right time.
As a GP, PN or AHP, all you need to bring is your experience in the delivery of primary care services in Northern Sydney. Your role will be to provide advice on patient issues, priorities and service gaps relevant to primary care which will assist with the development of local Paediatric HealthPathways and help shape the delivery of local healthcare services and programs.
How Do I Get Involved?
SNPHN will be holding a Paediatric Nutrition and Development Workgroup to identify key challenges for General Practice, AHPs, and specialists when managing Paediatric patients.
When: Tuesday 13th February 2018, 4.15pm – 6.15 pm (4.00pm for light refreshments)
Where: Tubby Davis Meeting Room, Level 1, Royal North Shore Clinical Services Building, 1 Westbourne Street, St Leonards NSW 2065
If you are unable to attend the clinical workgroup, other opportunities to be involved include reviewing draft pathways before they are finalised.
Representatives participating in the HealthPathways Paediatric Workgroup may be eligible for payment aligned with SNPHN Policies and ATO requirements.
Eligible Participants (that are not already paid as part of their duties) have the flexibility to:
- Not claim payment
- Raise an Invoice quoting a valid payee ABN
- By agreement, request SNPHN to process a Recipient Created Tax Invoice (RCTI) providing a valid payee ABN
- By agreement, request SNPHN to process a (RCTI) without a payee ABN, to receive payment net of tax
- By agreement, request SNPHN to process a (RCTI) with no ABN, presenting valid documentation of exemption to SNPHN withholding tax
About Sydney North Primary Health Network
SNPHN is a new and locally based primary care organisation. We were put in place by the Australian Government in July 2015 to help people to get the right care, in the right place at the right time.
We work in partnership with local general practitioners, allied health professionals, hospitals, health providers, Non-Government Organisations and local, state and federal governments to help improve patients’ experience with the local health system and improve the health of the local population.
How to Express Interest
To express your interest in providing GP, PN or AHP representation on behalf of SNPHN, or to be contacted about future HealthPathways opportunities, please complete and submit the Expression of Interest form below.