How should digitally delivered healthcare be funded?

Griffith University

Griffith university Researchers are recruiting health policy academics, health policy makers, hospital directors, general practitioners, and consumer representatives to participate in four rounds of surveys of an e-Delphi study.

The aim this study is to build consensus amongst stakeholders on how digitally delivered healthcare should be funded, as well as, monitored and managed for people with chronic conditions. We hope to establish recommendations for the Australian government to support the sustainability of these services.

For more information contact Amandine Barnett by email a.barnett@griffith.edu.au.

Participation in the study is completely voluntary and has been approved by the Griffith University Ethics Committee (GU ref no: 2023/401).