Quality Improvement in General Practice – simplification of the Practice Incentives Program

In 2016–17, the Government will work towards introducing changes to the Practice Incentives Program (PIP).

Information update: this Budget measure is not subject to the passage of legislation.

Description of the measure

In 2016–17, the Government will work towards introducing changes to the Practice Incentives Program (PIP). This is to include a new quality improvement incentive payment that will streamline and simplify current PIP payments to help general practices achieve high quality health care and improved patient outcomes.

Page last updated: 4 May 2016

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