Initiatives by Partnership

The following initiatives have been undertaken in partnership with:
Agency for Clinical Innovation

Clinical Analytics Initiative

Aim: To extract data from the electronic medical record and work with clinicians in using information to deliver quality and efficiency initiatives, and research the future needs for clinical analytics.

Benefits: Enable clinician led improved quality, safety and efficiency initiatives using data from the electronic medical record; Increase clinician engagement with information from the electronic medical record.

CEC Pre-implementation Added: 2 June 2014|Last updated: 2 June 2014

Pressure Injury Prevention Project

Aim: To foster best practice in the prevention and management of pressure injuries within NSW health facilities.

Benefits: Enhance patient safety by promoting pressure injury prevention and management among health care professionals and patients, in line with the Pan Pacific Clinical Practice Guidelines for the Prevention and Management of Pressure Injury 2012 as evidence based practice.Support local health districts (LHDs) and Networks to meet the Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care, National Safety and Quality Health Service Standards - Standard 8, Preventing and Managing Pressure Injury.

CEC Pre-implementation Added: 7 November 2013|Last updated: 2 June 2014

Clinical Practice Improvement (CPI) Advisors Group

Aim: The CPI advisors group aims to bring quality managers together to share their knowledge and experiences with each other as well as working together to develop resources for use across the NSW public health system. This group communicates by monthly teleconference and meets face to face annually for a professional development workshop. Members have also been involved in a collaborative workshop with Clinical Redesign leads.

Benefits: The program enables quality managers to meet up with peers in a similar position, who can assist with directing or sharing policies or procedures. CPI advisors share how their organisation has responded to changes within the system around accreditation and national standards and how they are implementing or supporting CPI initiatives in their Local Health District (LHD) / Specialty Health Network (SHN). The group has a shared HSnet site where articles of interest or resources can be uploaded to share....

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

Supervision for Safety

Aim: It is proposed that the Supervision for Safety project address NSW Health system deficiencies related to supervision at the point of clinical care. Specifically related to ensuring patient care plans are appropriate and deterioration in patient condition is escalated to the most appropriate level.

Benefits: The Supervision project aims to ensure the appropriate support is provided to less experienced clinicians.The expected project outcomes include:Supervision of the clinical workforce is built into core work practices; Supervision is structured to allow clinicians to be trained without compromising patient care; Supervision provided by clinicians at the point of care is appropriate for the level of expertise of the clinicians involved; Practices are in place to establish the level of expertise of less experienced staff; Supervision is treated as...

CEC Pre-implementation Added: 2 June 2014|Last updated: 2 June 2014

Clinical Practice Improvement (CPI) Training Program

Aim: The CPI training program provides clinicians with training in a methodology to address a problem or issue they have identified as adversely affecting patients. They then undertake a project to address the problem, with the ultimate aim being to improve patient outcomes / care or patient experiences.

Benefits: The methodology, once learned, can be applied to a variety of clinical settings and enhance patient care and clinical quality. There can be savings both monetary and in decreased length of stay. Some projects successfully manage to reduce variation in what they do and therefore improve processes and standardise care. Teams are interdisciplinary and can work more closely together towards a common goal. The training helps created a pool of staff skilled in quality improvement. Participants can use being on...

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

NSW Falls Prevention Program

Aim: To reduce the incidence and severity of falls among older people. To reduce the social, psychological and economic impact of falls among older people on individuals, families and the community.

Benefits: The goal is to prevent falls and harm form falls for older people living in the community, NSW Health residential aged care services and when admitted to hospital.

CEC Ready to Implement Added: 6 November 2013|Last updated: 20 January 2014

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