Dr. Conor McGee, National President, NAGP
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The Development and networking of Irish Primary Care Medical Services

The Development and networking of Irish Primary Care Medical Services

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Dr. Conor McGee, National President, NAGP Dr. Conor McGee, National President, NAGP Presentation Transcript

  • Imagine • Imagine if every patient, who really needed a bed in hospital, had a bed available. • Imagine if many more people could be effectively treated for chronic disease in their local communities. • Imagine if these two events were connected and cost less for better health outcomes.
  • Reform is Essential • Working within budget constraints Change of culture Change of policy Willingness to communicate Result driven
  • Partnership • Working with key stakeholders HSE DoH HIQA Community health services Secondary care Mental health
  • Keeping within budget • Keeping patients out of secondary Care • Keeping patients in the community • Delivering better outcomes in the community
  • Measured investment • Providing resources Vaccines Diabetes COPD Targeted referrals
  • Frontline resourcing • • • • More GPs More Practice Nurses More Asthma Nurses More Diabetic Nurses
  • Primary Care Resource • • • • • Physiotherapy Dietetics Retinopathy Podiatry Mental Health
  • The Future • • • • • Diabetes, COPD, Vaccines, Chronic Disease Support services Reduced referrals More nurses More GPs
  • Imagine • Imagine if every patient, who really needed a bed in hospital, had a bed available. • Imagine if many more people could be effectively treated for chronic disease in their local communities. • Imagine if these two events were connected and cost less for better health outcomes.