Initiatives by Category

Capability Building

NSW Health Coaching Panel (pilot phase)

Aim: Establish a coaching panel to provide high quality, easy to procure coaches for the health services to:build capability for improvement, implementation and leadership; develop the capability of LHD local managers to sustain change and innovation.

Benefits: High quality coaches will be pre-assessed and appointed to the coaching panel.LHD / SHN Senior Project Leads and Managers will increase capability for change management and sustainability, growing capacity in local health services.

ACI Ready to Implement Added: 4 August 2014|Last updated: 7 August 2014

Develop and Implement an ACI Knowledge Management (KM) Approach

Aim: To partner with Health Services to develop and implement an approach that supports collaboration, learning capability and sharing knowledge about innovation and improvement projects in health services.

Benefits: A robust KM approach will serve NSW Health by ensuring: Both small and large-scale innovations and improvements generated across health services are recognised and shared to benefit the broader health system The work of the ACI is shared across the NSW Health system to encourage effective partnerships and assist in delivering better health outcomes, improved patient experience and efficient service delivery.

ACI Ready to Implement Added: 8 November 2013|Last updated: 30 May 2014

Telehealth Pilot for Pain Management

Aim: To implement the telehealth toolkit and test and modify its application in the real setting of a pain clinic.

Benefits: Telehealth is a modality that can be utilized to improve access for people to specialized healthcare who live in rural and remote regions.It also provides support to clinicians working in distant locations and facilitates a multidisciplinary approach.It provides support to GPs who may be under resourced to provide appropriate pain management support.

ACI Ready to Implement Added: 31 March 2015|Last updated: 16 July 2015

Toolkit for Adolescents and young people with chronic pain: Supporting transition or direct entry to adult services

Aim: To develop a statewide toolkit of resources to assist pain clinics managing adolescents and young people aged 14-25 years with chronic and complex pain. The toolkit will supplement what already exists in the Transition Network with tailored resources specific to pain management and issues for young people and their families.

Benefits: The experience of young people entering adult services will be assisted by having age appropriate treatments, approaches and resources available. The transition process will be enhanced through the availability of checklists and other resources relevant to young people.

ACI Ready to Implement Added: 26 April 2016|Last updated: 26 April 2016

Support Network for the Local Health District Redesign and Innovation Leaders Group

Aim: To enable, support and challenge group members to achieve their mission of driving healthcare quality and efficiency through shared knowledge, collaborative communication and professional peer support.

Benefits: This network can generate significant momentum for local and system change by optimising relationships within and across clinical and geographical boundary lines.

ACI Ready to Implement Added: 25 October 2013|Last updated: 5 August 2016

Nurse Delegated Emergency Care (NDEC) Project

Aim: To provide timely, quality care for patients presenting to EDs in rural and remote areas with low risk, low acuity conditions, and to empower Registered Nurses to manage entire episodes of care through a delegated care model which promotes a more sustainable clinical workload for rural doctors.

Benefits: For patients - access to timely and quality care for less-urgent conditionsFor nurses - a validated and authorised framework to work within their scope of practice to manage entire episodes of careFor doctors - a robust model under which care can be delegated, leading to more sustainable clinical workload and work-life balanceFor rural health services - a collaborative framework for delivering quality patient care in small rural EDsFor rural communities – mitigation of some of the barriers to recruitment and...

ACI Ready to Implement Added: 7 November 2013|Last updated: 17 August 2016

Centre for Healthcare Redesign (CHR) Graduate Certificate Program

Aim: The Centre for Healthcare Redesign (CHR) Program aims to: Increase capability within the Health System to deliver, redesign and service improvement activities; Promote a patient-experience based approach to service improvement; Create a learning culture to support professional development and networking opportunities for healthcare workers; Implement recommendations from external review of the CHR Graduate Certificate Program.

Benefits: The CHR Graduate Certificate Program builds capability in Project Management, Change Management and Redesign through a combination of eLearning, face-to-face training, and workplace coaching applied in real-time to a workplace project.

ACI Ready to Implement Added: 8 November 2013|Last updated: 11 August 2016

Accelerating Implementation Methodology (AIM)

Aim: To increase Implementation capability across NSW Health; To embed AIM principles in large-scale program and model of care implementation; To apply AIM principles in Local Health District project implementation.

Benefits: Given the scale and pace of change-initiatives there is an ongoing demand for increased capability in applying AIM principles across the NSW Health system. The AIM strategy moves beyond training, to build capability through application of the principles in practice.

ACI Ready to Implement Added: 8 November 2013|Last updated: 17 January 2014

Clinical Innovation Program – Spread of Innovation

Aim: The aim of the ACI Clinical Innovation Program is to:Accelerate implementation of ACI Models of Care and Guidelines; Assist in the sharing and spread of local innovations.

Benefits: Improved implementation and system uptake of models, with demonstrated patient and health system benefit; Reduction in time and effort for LHDs to replicate contemporary evidence based models; Opportunities for LHDs to receive funding to implement the model.

ACI Ready to Implement Added: 4 August 2014|Last updated: 7 August 2014

Eye Emergency Manual - Smart Phone App

Aim: To provide a quick and simple guide to recognizing important signs and symptoms and management of common eye emergencies for medical and nursing staff in Emergency Departments (EDs)

Benefits: This initiative has provided easy access to highly graphical overview of signs, symptoms and management of common eye emergencies.

ACI Ready to Implement Added: 2 June 2014|Last updated: 2 June 2014

Inclusion in Mainstream Health Services: Using Visuals for people with intellectual disability

Aim: This project aims to improve communication between people with disabilities and health professionals in busy mainstream healthcare environments by developing and evaluating the use of visuals.

Benefits: Using visual aids for people with intellectual disability in busy healthcare environments can assist with communication and allay fear and confusion for the person undergoing routine procedures such as dental examination, having bloods taken and a physical examination. Simple visual aids which can be readily accessed by consumers, carers and staff and adapted to the individual situation will enhance the interaction with health services and benefit health outcomes for people with intellectual disability.

ACI Ready to Implement Added: 10 July 2015|Last updated: 10 July 2015

Understanding Program Evaluation: An ACI framework

Aim: To provide a framework for undertaking evaluations of programs and projects. Programs include projects, models of care, clinical pathways and guidelines, and other innovations and interventions aimed at improving health outcomes.The frameworkis divided into three sections, covering:Purpose and principles of evaluation; Types of program evaluation and the key steps in undertaking an evaluation; An overview of the suggested governance process for undertaking evaluations in ACI.

Benefits: High-quality evaluation supports accountability and provides a rigorous evidence base toinform health-service development and program design.Program evaluation will provide the information needed to guide better resource allocationand improved services.

ACI Ready to Implement Added: 8 November 2013|Last updated: 18 November 2013

ACI Building Co-design Capability Strategy

Aim: The Strategy aims to build capability in patient experience and co-design thinking, methods and practices within the ACI and across NSW Health by employing a learn, do, teach, share approach.

Benefits: Delivering more person-centred and sustained health care improvement as a result of working in partnership with consumers, carers and health care workers.Stronger relationships and enhanced communication between consumers, carers and health care workers.Improved health literacy.

ACI Ready to Implement Added: 8 December 2016|Last updated: 8 December 2016

Other initiatives related to Capability Building:

Pain Management Network Website Pain Management Network Website
Agency for Clinical Innovation
Rural Health Network Rural Health Network
Agency for Clinical Innovation

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