The Informatics Capability Maturity of Integrated Primary Care Centres in Australia

This paper on the informatics capability of primary care centres offering integrated models of care was just published online in the International Journal of Medical Informatics. (PDF)

Liaw S-T, Kearns R, Taggart J, Frank O, Lane R, Tam CWM, et al. The informatics capability maturity of integrated primary care centres in Australia. International Journal of Medical Informatics. 2017;105:89-97.

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Integrated Healthcare Homes & Neighbourhoods: governance, clinical, managerial & evaluation matters

gpupresentationThis oral presentation was given at the 4th World Congress on Integrated Care, Wellington, New Zealand (WCIC4), 23-25 November 2016. (presentation; abstract)

Liaw ST, Taggart J, Tam M, Knight A. Integrated Healthcare Homes & Neighbourhoods: governance, clinical, managerial & evaluation matters. 4th World Congress on Integrated Care, Wellington, New Zealand (WCIC4), 23-25 November 2016.

GP Unit authors: Siaw-Teng Liaw, Jane Taggart, Michael Tam, Andrew Knight.

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eHealth and Integrated Primary Care Centres

ehealthipcc_posterThis poster was presented at the 4th World Congress on Integrated Care, Wellington, New Zealand (WCIC4), 23-25 November 2016. (poster; abstract)

Liaw ST, Kearns R, Taggart J, Frank O, Lane R, Tam M, Dennis S, Yu H, Walker C, Russell G, Harris M. eHealth and Integrated Primary Care Centres [poster]. 4th World Congress on Integrated Care, Wellington, New Zealand (WCIC4), 23-25 November 2016

GP Unit authors: Siaw-Teng Liaw, Rachael Kearns, Jane Taggart, Michael Tam, Hairong Yu
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HealthPathways as a tool for integrating care – experiences and reflections

Slide1This presentation was given as an oration at the South Western Sydney Local Health District, and South Western Sydney PHN, Integrated Care Forum, held at Liverpool Hospital, on Wednesday 16 September 2015 (Integrated Care Forum Program).

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Hello!  Good afternoon.

I’m Michael Tam, a GP at the General Practice Unit in Fairfield Hospital.  For those of you who aren’t familiar with the GP Unit, this is an academic family medicine clinic that integrates a clinical service, medical education of students and vocational trainees, primary care research, and liaison between community general practice and hospital services.  This is an uncommon model with only two academic GP Units in NSW – Fairfield Hospital and Hornsby Hospital. Continue reading