Commissioning priorities for 2023 are:
NQPHN has developed a five-year Chronic Conditions Strategy (the Strategy) to support the commissioning of services that improve primary care prevention, early intervention, and management of chronic conditions. In addition to informing commissioning priorities, the Strategy will support system integration and innovation, workforce development, and primary care engagement for more effective chronic condition primary care service delivery.
The Strategy prioritises population groups with the greatest need for services, and chronic conditions that cause the highest burden for communities. Priority populations include First Nations peoples, those living in rural and remote localities, older persons, and those who experience socioeconomic disadvantage.
The NQPHN Primary Care Commissioning Panel (PCCP) will undertake co-design sessions around the Strategy. If you would like to be involved in the PCCP, please click here.