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PHN Commissioning Showcase

HNECC PHN had the privilege of co-hosting the 2019 Commissioning Showcase in Newcastle on Wednesday 28th & Thursday 29th August, in partnership with eight other NSW PHNs.

In its third year, the Showcase is a unique event designed to support commissioning capability for PHNs across the country.

100 participants from 23 of the country’s PHNs attended to learn from their colleagues and key national and international speakers, to network and to share the successes and challenges of working in a commissioning environment.

The Commissioning Showcase provides PHNs with an opportunity to learn about national and international trends in commissioning and to adopt best practice in primary care commissioning to improve health outcomes.


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