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:

  1. testing and validation of innovative technologies in GP clinics with sustainable business model

  2. care redesign and process improvement

  3. 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, plans 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?”

Thank you for your consideration and support for the GPI Initiative to initiate longer-term capacity and capability shifts for better care of chronic patients.

Should you require further information, please contact Ms Victoria Koh at [email protected] or Ms Deanette Pang at [email protected].

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