SEMPHN is offering 12 grants of up to $100,000 each to General Practices, community services and Aboriginal health services to improve access to primary care services and provide care coordination for new and existing patients who have a complex or chronic condition.
To be eligible for a grant, your service must be able to demonstrate that you have:
- effective care coordination strategies currently in place
- the capacity to provide care to a minimum of 100 new or existing patients who are not currently receiving care co-ordination support, and
- the capacity to implement and identify an appropriate activity to improve care for patients with a complex or chronic condition.
The activity must focus on at least two of the priority demographic groups in the SEMPHN region.
An information session for this tender will be held 6.30pm 14 March at SEMPHN's Heatherton office, 11 Corporate Drive, Heatherton. Register for the information session here.
For information about the tender as it's released, register your interest via SEMPHN's Tenderlink page.