Frequent GP user survey shows coordination need

GP explaining file to patient
A report on the frequent GP users has revealed the need for better primary care coordination to reduce costs and provide better quality care. The National Health Performance Authority report showed 12.5% of Australians saw a GP 12 or more times in 2012/13, compared to the national average of 5.6 attendances. This group also had

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