Chronic Illness Care Management
Limited Time Offer – for our remaining 2019 Workshops you can bring a friend for FREE!!
Our Chronic Disease Management Workshops are suitable for all Nurses, General Practitioners, Aboriginal Health Workers / Practitioners, Administration Staff, Reception and Practice Managers who are new to General Practice and those already working in General Practice and wanting to develop a working understanding of Chronic Disease Management.
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Schedule a group workshop for your practice.
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Look to CDM Plus for Advice Regarding Chronic Illness Care
Coordinating chronic illness care for your patients can be hard, not only does it require a unique approach to each case, but it also mandates a certain level of chronic conditions require long term care delivered at regular intervals. Your practice team needs to be able to communicate effectively together and with patients. CDM Plus resources provide your practice team (GP, Nurse and Reception) with the tools they need to deliver the right care at the right time, every time!
Top Tips to Improve Chronic Illness Management with Your Patient
Chronic illness management can be hard but it doesn’t have to be. We have put together our top tips that can make a difference:
- Before you see the patient take the time to look at the clinical record before you call the patient in from the waiting room. This allows you to see where the patient is up to, start writing your progress notes and filling in what you can. This allows you to be present with the patient and not typing on the computer.
- Book the next appointment. This is one of the simplest processes a practice can implement reminders are costly ineffective and delay management. Explain to your patient why you need to book the next appointment. They commit in person and by booking the next appointment with reception, you increase their chances of attending the appointment.
- Make your patient goals smaller. Goals setting needs to be manageable for you and your patient. If you ask them to complete too many tasks before the next visit you increase the chance of them not coming. One or two tasks is maximum. Our goal is to see our patient regularly and provide long term care.
Why You Should Work with CDM Plus
With years of experience in the health care industry, the professionals at CDM Plus understand the delicate approach that a doctor must take with a patient with a chronic illness. Our caring team walks you through the vital information that you need to know to assist your clients in this long journey. For more information on how we can help you discuss chronic illness management with your patients, please send us a message via our contact page.