General practices and Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services (ACCHS) in selected regions around Australia can now apply for stage one of Health Care Homes.
This recorded webinar provides an overview of the HealthCare Homes model and information about the payment reform for Health Care Homes.
How the funding is distributed within a healthcare practice will be up to the individual practice to determine. Examples of different financial options that may be considered are explained and the key principles explored, enabling practices to determine an approach that suits their particular circumstances.
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Danny Haydon BA App SC (OT), MHlthServMgt
National President, AAPM
Danny completed a Masters in Health Service Management in 2002 and has worked in the medical industry since that time. Prior to that, he had 10 years experience in the community health sector.
Danny works for Brentnalls SA, a highly respected accounting and business advisory firm based in South Australia. In his position as Manager, Practice Management Services, Danny primarily works with the Medical and Allied Health section of Brentnalls SA. He provides a range of practice management consulting services including practice assessments and business planning. Assisting practices to plan for the future and implement strategies for improved financial performance, new models of service delivery, effective management of human resources and expanded infrastructure.
Danny is also a Director of the Northern Health Network in Adelaide.
Chief Executive Officer, Inala Primary Care
Tracy Johnson, a Churchill Fellow, has a diverse background spanning banking, market research, education and business consultancy. All of these experiences came together just over a decade ago when working with firms commercialising medical devices and healthcare solutions.
Since then Tracey has pushed healthcare frontiers by creating the Office of Health and Medical Research within Queensland Health and directing Queensland Government's investment attraction strategy for global healthcare business.
Her on-the-ground healthcare delivery experience includes establishing an integrated women's healthcare centre and more recently becoming General Manager of Inala Primary Care. IPC is a charitable general practice in a disadvantaged region striving to prove, teach, and replicate innovative models of care.
Director Cutcher & Neale Specialist Medical Services Division
Stuart Chan is an expert in medical accounting and has presented seminars and workshops to a range of industry groups including the Australian Medical Association (NSW), the Australian Association of Practice Managers (AAPM) and Medicare Locals.
Stuart's areas of expertise include:
- Practice acquisition and growth strategies
- Business planning and tax advice
- Services to medical practitioners and dentists
- Tax-effective business and investment structuring
- Debt restructuring, management and deductibility strategies
- Estate planning and retirement strategies
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