General Practitioner Innovation (GPI) Initiative
The MOH Office for Healthcare Transformation (MOHT) is embarking on a General Practitioner Innovation (GPI) Initiative. This initiative aims to catalyse the ability of GPs to enrol and care for a significantly larger number of chronic patients and achieve good disease control. GPs can consider innovative projects around:
testing and validation of innovative technologies in GP clinics with sustainable business model
care redesign and process improvement
validation of private-public primary care partnership business models (e.g. increasing partnerships between polyclinics and private GP clinics) or any other strong proposals to meet the Challenge Statement.
This initiative, led by the Future Primary Care (FPC) programme at MOHT, is inviting proposals to address the following challenge statement:
“What innovative solutions can help significantly increase the number of chronic patients managed by GP clinics by at least 20% in the next 3 years, with achievement of good disease control, and which are financially sustainable and scalable?”
Proposals will be reviewed by MOHT and its advisory network based on the assessment criteria to select proposals by their strength and impact to achieve the goals as well as the scalability and sustainability set in the challenge statement.
We strongly encourage interested GPs to read the GPI Initiative Guidelines and FAQs before submitting a proposal. For further information or to discuss the submission of a proposal, please contact Mr David Tay at [email protected] or Ms Rashika Ranchan at
Proposals must be submitted via the Application Form both in hard copy to:
David Tay / Rashika Ranchan
MOH Office for Healthcare Transformation - Future Primary Care
1 Maritime Square, #12-10
HarbourFront Centre, Singapore 099253
and electronic copy to:
In view of the current COVID-19 situation, the submission deadline for the Call for Proposals has been extended to 31st May 2020 so that interested GP applicants can have more time to complete your submission.
We deeply appreciate the hard work of GPs on the frontline during this period.
Thank you for your dedication and consideration to participate in the GPI Initiative to initiate longer-term capacity and capability shifts for better care of chronic patients.