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Allied Health data and quality improvement (BEAP) project findings published

Congratulations to Joanne Dean and Joanna Coutts whose Allied Health data and quality improvement (BEAP) project article was published in the June edition of Partyline, the National Rural Health Alliance online magazine.

Led by the duo, The Hunter New England and Central Coast Primary Health Network developed a quality improvement pilot project aiming to demonstrate the value of allied health care to patients with a chronic disease (T2DM).

The pilot tested the concept that current software technology can be used to aggregate allied health clinician- and patient-reported disease measures from various sources.

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