An award-winning chronic disease management program dedicated to helping primary care professionals (PCPs) identify and manage patients at risk of osteoporotic fractures. All program resources and tools are available at no cost to PCPs who enrol.

This website is intended for Australian healthcare professionals only.

Osteoporosis remains underdiagnosed and undertreated in Australia1

This chronic disease management program, supported by Amgen, provides healthcare professionals with a comprehensive range of education resources and tools to assist in identifying and diagnosing patients at risk of osteoporotic fractures.

In 2021, it is estimated that an osteoporotic fracture will occur every 2.9 minutes in Australia2

Approximately 50% of people will experience another osteoporotic fracture after their first one3

Osteoporosis can have serious consequences; 10-20% of those with a hip fracture will enter an aged-care facility for the first time and 20% will perish within 12 months4

Yet, 70-80% of people are not diagnosed and treated for osteoporosis after a fracture5

Why do REFRAME? Adelaide-based GP, Dr Simon Vanlint explains

Keep scrolling to find out how REFRAME has helped >3,400 practices identify more than 450,000 patients at risk of osteoporotic fracture since 20166
How does REFRAME help you identify and manage osteoporosis patients?

Generate lists of at-risk patients using clinical software


Use SMS and letter templates to recall patients


Review DEXA result or fracture history for osteoporosis diagnosis


Manage patient according to best practice guidelines and the use of care plan templates and patient education materials



Nurse educators

You’ll have an osteoporosis Nurse Educator standing by to assist you throughout the REFRAME framework.

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Patient screening and management

REFRAME provides training on the use of clinical notes software for patient screening and tools to assist in the management of those identified to be at-risk.

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Information for patients about osteoporosis

Educate your patients about osteoporosis and promote self-management of the condition.

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