TEAM CARE ARRANGEMENTS AND ALLIED HEALTH MEDICARE REFERRALS - SURVIVING A MEDICARE AUDIT
21 May 2019
Allan is a professional and expert presenter and Osteopathy Australia asked him to present a webinar on Allied Health Medicare Referrals.
It was a huge success with the 119 attendees rating the webinar as:
72% - Excellent
26.5% - Very good
1.5% - Good
There were no fair or poor responses!
Additionally, the content Allan presented rated the following:
77.1% - Extremely helpful
22.9% - Very helpful
There was nothing less than very helpful!
These are a few of the responses given after Allan's presentation:
* Great, clear examples
* Well-structured and relatable presentation of a stressful topic
* Really knew his information
* Well spoken, easy to understand
* All of it - it's the clearest and most immediately useful webinar I've been part of in forever - awesome!!
RICHIE BRACE WORKSHOP
3 May 2019
Qcity Podiatry and Healthcare, Queanbeyan
REUSABLE TOTAL CONTACT ORTHOTIC
26 October 2018
Wounds Australia National Conference, Adelaide
A PRACTICAL GUIDE ON HOW TO SURVIVE A MEDICARE AUDIT
19 October 2018
Australian Association of Practice Management National Conference
ALLIED HEALTH MEDICARE REFERRALS FOR GPs, PNs AND PMs
13 February 2018
Queanbeyan GP Super Clinic, Queanbeyan
THE WISDOM OF PATIENTS AND CARE GIVERS: THE PATIENT AND CARER PERSPECTIVE
12 February 2018
International Symposium for Communication in Health Care, ANU Institute for Communication in Health Care, Canberra
Allan was on the panel to discuss the above topic.
WOUNDS AUSTRALIA NATIONAL CONFERENCE - 26 October 2018
INNOVATION TANK AWARD - REUSABLE TOTAL CONTACT ORTHOTIC
Late in 2017, Wounds Australia called for Abstracts for ideas or prototypes for the following:
* a new healing technology
* a new wound care service
* a new patient or clinician education resource
* or something "out of the box".
The five hundred word Abstract detailing the innovation had to be submitted by the beginning of March this year. At the beginning of May, the five successful submissions would be announced and their authors would need to present their innovation at the Wounds Australia National Conference in Adelaide in October. There were four chosen who were worthy of consideration and Allan's Abstract was one of those. His idea was a new way of dealing with foot ulcers which are particularly prevalent in Diabetic patients.
On Friday 26 October, Allan presented his pitch at the conference and very excitedly, he won the Wounds Australia, inaugural Innovation Tank Award which includes $5,000 to assist in the development of his idea which will also include a small study of patients who will trial the device. Allan and Karly will attend the next Wounds Australia National Conference in November 2020 and provide a report regarding the outcomes of this innovation. It is very exciting news!
Allan and Karly will now work with the High Risk Foot Clinic at the Canberra Hospital and take a number of patients who will benefit from this innovative idea. We'll keep you posted!
AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL UNIVERSITY MEDICAL SCHOOL
EXCELLENCE IN TEACHING AWARD
Every year since 2007, Allan has supervised and taught third year medical students in lower limb assessment and management of high risk feet at Bungendore and Braidwood Medical Centres and now at Qcity Podiatry and Healthcare in Queanbeyan. In 2011 and again in 2015 he received an Excellence in Teaching Award from the Australian National University Medical School in recognition of his outstanding contribution to the MMBS teaching program.