COPD Clinical Review Service

We can help general practitioners to review the management of their patients with COPD by providing easy to use tools that can help to identify patients with the main risk factors associated with COPD and ensure optimal disease control.
Combining extracted coded data from de-identified patient electronic medical records and questionnaire data we help GP practices better align current processes with best practice guidelines.
RACGP Activity number 198483

COPD Computer mockup
Benefits to Your Practice
  • Epidemiological summary report tailored for your practice as well as patient-level reports
  • Easily identify non-adherent patients (questionnaire)
  • Create specific plans to reduce unscheduled care and de-escalate treatment.

Benefits to GPs
  • High-risk patients are identified that could otherwise remain hidden to the GP
  • 40 CPD Points can be used for annual appraisals and re-accreditation
  • Education directly reflecting your own patient
  • Opportunity to participate in research
Benefits for Patients
  • Earlier intervention for potentially undiagnosed patients leading to improved care
  • Patient self-management plans to better control and treat the disease and help monitor symptoms
  • Health benefits through discontinuation of inappropriate treatments


I feel more confident in the management of my asthma patients. The audit helped provide a more streamlined approach.

Dr. W, NSW

I took two things from this audit, the first was appreciating the risk of osteoporosis that increased use of oral corticosteroid courses has on patients. The second was how eosinophil levels influence the utility of biologics for patients with severe asthma.
I would more strongly consider referral for biologic treatment in patients with high eosinophil count.       


“These reports are going to help us revolutionise how we manage our high-risk asthma patients.


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