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eHealthALIVE2016

28 July 2016 - There are just over five weeks to go until the inaugural eHealthALIVE2016 event takes
place at the Sandton Convention Centre in Johannesburg from 6 to 7 September 2016.

Any person who wishes to register as a specialist in family medicine

The board may register, as a specialist in family medicine (independent practice) or specialist in family medicine (public service), any person who, prior to 17 August 2007, was registered as a medical practitioner in the category independent practice (family physician) or any person who, prior to 17 August 2007, was registered as a medical practitioner in the category public service (family physician) respectively and in terms of the Health Professions Act, 1974 (Act No. 56 of 1974).


The Universal Doctor

Doctors writing about humanity and resilience in Medicine

http://globalfamilydoctor.com/site/DefaultSite/filesystem/documents/resources/The%20Universal%20Doctor%20final.pdf

Medcomic

Medcomic’s mission is to channel the creativity of cartoons into the field of medical education to make learning medical concepts easy, entertaining, and fun.
https://medcomic.com/blog/


All and everything about Prescribed Minimum Benefits for doctors

Prescribed Minimum Benefits (PMBs) are a set of defined benefits to ensure that all medical scheme members have access to certain minimum health services, regardless of the benefit option they have selected.

Medical Chronicle’s PMB-X, or Prescribed Minimum Benefits eXplained, looks at the 25 chronic conditions covered in terms of the Medical Schemes Act.

All of these treatment algorithms are here for your easy reference.

Click here for Prescribed Minimum Benefits Explained


Websites for Patients

Physician recommended reputable healthcare websites

A focus on the whole person

It is increasingly recognized that a core element of this change is that health systems need to realign to focus on the whole person. This is a shift away from the reductionist approach to healthcare which focuses on the disease or the technology or treatment.  It is also a shift away from the paternalism and hierarchies in healthcare systems which disempower both health professionals and patients.

Prevent and control the most common diseases

More than 14 million people between the ages of 30 and 70 die each year from non-communicable diseases (NCD’s).

Together we can prevent and control the world’s most common diseases....


WHO Disease Fact Sheets

A very useful list of sheets on the World Healthcare Organisation’s website containing facts on the entire range of healthcare issues ranging from animal bites to yellow fever

http://www.who.int/mediacentre/factsheets/en/


New Primary Care Model Delivers 20 Percent Lower Overall Healthcare Costs, Increases Patient Satisfaction and Delivers Better Care

A review of two years' worth of healthcare claims data on thousands of patients reveals, contrary to the prevailing view, that unlimited primary care drives down overall costs while improving patient outcomes and experience.

Why I am proud of being a "generalist" physician

I am a family doctor, always seeking out ways to see one more patient in the day, finding one more resource, helping one more patient through challenges.


WHY SHOULD I SEE A FAMILY DOCTOR?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TyR-C5hnJUA

Family doctors provide ongoing, total health care for you and your family. Family doctors see all ages of patients and can treat almost any health problem. Family physicians are dedicated to treating the whole person.

What is family medicine ?

Here are a few criteria you can use to discuss the extent to which a particular model is (or is not) reaching a minimum standard for the practicing of Family Medicine to be present.


What is an IPA?

An independent practice association (or IPA) is an association of independent physicians.

The typical IPA encompasses all specialties, but an IPA can be solely for primary care or may be single specialty.

Physicians retain their practice's independent corporate status but become part of a separate organisation with other practices, to enable them to contract as a group to provide services to payers.


Members Brochure

Doctors's Desk Reference Book


#16 / 2016

IPA News:
May 2016

Upcoming Events:
Medical Chronicle's Events Calendar 2016
2016/01/20
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