Northern Queensland Primary Health Network (NQPHN) has today announced a new collaboration with healthcare providers and the local community to review its Integrated Team Care (ITC) Program, to improve health outcomes for Indigenous people with chronic diseases.
The first stage of the review is today’s launch of NQPHN’s ITC: assessment, evaluation and co-design consultation open tender, which invites specialist health consultants to apply to assist with the assessment and evaluation of the current ITC program through a co-design process.
“We look forward to collaborating with providers and the community to ensure the provision of high-quality, comprehensive health care for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in our community, helping them to live happier, healthier, longer lives,” NQPHN Chief Executive Officer John Gregg said.
“This will enable us to improve access to culturally appropriate primary care services including general practice, allied health, and specialists.”
To apply for the open tender, please register at NQPHN’s eTendering Portal at https://nqphnetender.openwindowscontracts.com/ListCurrentTenders.aspx
Closing date for applications is 2pm Wednesday 19 December 2018.