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Handbook for Healthcare Professionals

 CPGs for Chronic Conditions 

Chronic Disease Management Programme (CDMP) Handbook for Healthcare Professionals 2017 (with effect from 1 July 2017) 
(Involving the use of Medisave for Chronic Disease Management Programme (CDMP) and clinical components of Community Health Assist Scheme (CHAS))

 Handbook for Healthcare Professionals 2017   

Chapter 1: The Chronic Disease Management Programme & Community Health Assist Scheme  

Chapter 2: The Clinical Guidelines      

Chapter 3: Registration and Medisave Use   

Chapter 4: Capture and Submission of Clinical Data     

Chapter 5: User Manual for Clinical Data Submission via CIDC e-Service   

Chapter 6: Frequently Asked Questions     

Click here for the MOH Circular No. 10/2017 Chronic Diseases Management Programme (CDMP) Handbook for Healthcare Professionals 2017 dated 12 May 2017 

Chronic Disease Management Programme (CDMP) Handbook for Healthcare Professionals 2015 (with effect till 30 June 2017)
(Involving the use of Medisave for Chronic Disease Management Programme (CDMP) and clinical components of Community Health Assist Scheme (CHAS)) 

Chapter 1: The Chronic Disease Management Programme & Community Health Assist Scheme 

Chapter 2: The Clinical Guidelines      

Chapter 3: Registration and Medisave Use     

Chapter 4: Capture and Submission of Clinical Data  

Chapter 5: User Manual for Clinical Data Submission via CIDC e-Service 

Chapter 6: Frequently Asked Questions 

Access to the above guidelines are only available to registered users. Please click  here to register as a user.  

From 1 June 2015, the coverage of Medisave use for CDMP and subsidies under CHAS includes 4 additional chronic conditions, bringing the total number of chronic conditions to 19. Click here to view the complete list of chronic conditions under CDMP and CHAS. 

 

Appropriate Care Guides by ACE 

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 The Agency for Care Effectiveness (ACE) is the national health technology assessment (HTA) agency in Singapore, established by MOH in 2015 to drive better decision-making about clinically effective and cost-effective patient care. The agency:

i. Uses established health technology assessment methods to evaluate drugs, devices, and medical services

ii. Develops Appropriate Care Guides which are concise sets of recommended care practices and pathways

iii. Supports clinicians with evidence-based decision making at the point-of-care.

Appropriate Care Guides now available! 

Appropriate Care Guides or ACGs provide concise and evidence-based recommendations on care practices and pathways to guide specific areas of clinical practice. Cost-effectiveness considerations are also incorporated where relevant. Where MOH Clinical Practice Guidelines (CPGs) are available, ACGs complement the CPGs by providing timely additions and updates as reflected in the evidence at the time of the ACG development.

Click here to view and download the available ACGs.

 



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