Published Articles

Fifth time lucky? Revamp of practice incentives delayed again

The long-promised reform has now been pushed back to August.
19 March 2019

GP registrars 'should not have to treat colleagues'

GPRA says 85% of registrars have been made to treat a colleague.
11 March 2019

Clinic to bulk-bill all patients in flood-ravaged community

'GPs live and breathe their community; we reflect our community.'
13 February 2019

Concern over booze ads in GP waiting room

Infotainment provider says its placing of alcohol ads into a medical setting was a 'genuine error'.
19 December 2018

Primary's new name and slogan 'a signal to GPs'

The corporate's shareholders have officially endorsed changing its name to 'Healius'.
23 November 2018

Revealed: Handful of doctors claim sizeable slice of the 'urgent' after-hours pie

A group of 450 doctors are responsible for billing 60% of urgent after hours call outs generating around $130 million in Medicare rebates, new figures show.
23 February 2018

GP practices dodge red tape headache in dark web fallout

GP practices look like they have escaped being mired in more red tape in the aftermath of the media furore over Medicare numbers being sold on the dark web.
16 October 2017

Thousands of GP practices in for a funding cut: AMA

Thousands of practices across Australia will lose money next May when the revamped practice incentive program comes into effect, the AMA warns.
12 October 2017