Chronic Kidney Disease
Last updated September 14, 2023
The PHN is dedicated to helping the communities in the Hunter New England and Central Coast region. There is a strong commitment in delivering innovative and collaborative solutions in the prevention and management of Chronic Kidney Disease.
Here you will be able to find resources and information that will assist your practice in the implementation of these strategies, alongside the development and integration of quality improvement activities for Chronic Kidney Disease to use in Primary Health Care.
For Chronic Kidney Disease support please contact your Primary Care Improvement Officer (PCIO).
Data and Dashboard
Hunter New England Central Coast Primary Health Network (HNECC PHN) provides free licencing to the PENCS suite of products (It combines platforms of the Clinical Audit Tool (CAT4), PAT CAT and Topbar) for the extraction of data from General Practices to support with:
• Quality Improvement
• Accreditation standards
• Practice Incentive Program (PIP) Quality Improvement (QI)
• Population Health planning/support (Comprehensive General Practice Dashboard Reports).
It is compatible with most of the General Practice Clinical Information Systems (CIS). All identifiable data extracted from a Clinical Information System using CAT Plus is securely stored within the practice and not moved offsite.
For more information on the PCS suite of tools please visit https://www.pencs.com.au/ and for more information and support with General Practice data please contact your Primary Care Improvement Officer (PCIO).
Community of Practice
Join the Chronic Kidney Disease Community of Practice
• This PHN’s Communities of Practice are open to primary care providers within the Hunter, New England & Central Coast Primary Health Network region to share ideas and resources to support quality improvement activities.
• Anyone associated with a primary care organisation in the HNECC region is welcome to request membership of the Primary Care QI CoP.
• Evidence of employment in a primary care organisation or evidence of working closely with primary care clinicians will be required.
• Please note that any resources contributed to this site can be viewed by members of that CoP and by sharing them you agree that others can use and adapt them freely.
To join the Community of practice for Chronic Kidney Disease, please email Deborah at email@example.com
Guidelines for the Implementation of prevention in the general practice setting, 3rd Edition, RACGP 2018
National Guide to a Preventative Health Assessment for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, 3rd Edition