Health Pathways

Overview

HealthPathways is a web-based system for General Practitioners (GPs) that helps coordinate patient care across the acute and primary care system. The pathways provide guidance for GPs when seeing patients for assessment, management and referral for common medical conditions.

The Inner East PCP HealthPathways Melbourne Community Resources Pilot Project 2015 was a collaboration with HealthPathways Melbourne to include community resources and other information about services to meet the needs of patients with chronic and complex health needs. The project involved extensive consultation with carers, consumers and health professionals to develop high quality resources for the HealthPathways website.

HealthPathways Melbourne aims to:

  • Enhance clinical knowledge and promote best practice care
  • Build collaboration and reduce fragmentation across the health service network
  • Reduce the number of patients referred to specialist care who could be managed in a primary/community care setting.

Register for HealthPathways Melbourne

If you are a GP or other registered health professional you can register to access HealthPathways Melbourne

Resources:

Title Date Type Author Files
Health Pathways Melbourne Community Resources Project 2015 Summary Report

Summary of the final project report of the Health Pathways Melbourne Community Resources Project undertaken by IEPCP in 2015

25/01/2017 Document Inner East Primary Care Partnership
Health Pathways Melbourne Community Resources Project 2015 FINAL REPORT

Final project report of the Health Pathways Melbourne Community Resources Project undertaken by IEPCP in 2015

25/01/2017 Document Inner East Primary Care Partnership
Health Pathways Melbourne flyer for practitioners

Information for practitioners about Health Pathways Melbourne and how to access

05/10/2016 Document Health Pathways Melbourne
HealthPathways Melbourne Community Resource Project – Consumer Consultation Report
05/10/2016 Document Inner East Primary Care Partnership
HealthPathways Melbourne Community Resource Project – Carer Consultation Report
05/10/2016 Document Inner East Primary Care Partnership
We acknowledge the Wurundjeri people and other peoples of the Kulin nation as the traditional owners of the land on which our work in the community takes place. We pay our respects to their Elders past and present.

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