How should digitally delivered healthcare be funded?

Who it's for: Survivors of stroke, carers and family members who act as consumer representatives
What it involves: Surveys
Where: Online (anywhere)


This Griffith University study aims to build consensus on how digitally delivered health care should be funded, as well monitored and managed for people with chronic conditions.


Consumer representatives: those who act for and on behalf of a consumer advocacy group or health services as a consumer.


4 online surveys. Each survey takes approximately 10–20 minutes.


Participant information sheet (PDF 145 KB)


For more information, please email Amandine Barnett on