C1. The HealthPathways Platform – what’s new?

Room: 

Mulubinba Room, Newcastle City Hall

Dates and times:

  • 1:45 pm, Monday 14 May
  • 8:30 pm, Tuesday 15 May
  • 1:00 pm, Tuesday 15 May

Facilitator:

  • Kieran Holland, Clinical Lead - HealthPathways Strategy and Design, Streamliners
  • Kieron Telford, Information Systems Manager, Streamliners

Suitable for:

  • Executive sponsors
  • Programme managers
  • Coordinators
  • Clinical editors

In this session you will participate in an interactive discussion about the latest developments to the HealthPathways platform and the platform roadmap presented during the What’s next for HealthPathways Platform session on the morning of Day 1. 

This includes:

  • New mobile-friendly HealthPathways platform
  • Hospital HealthPathways
  • Base HealthPathways
  • HealthPathways Directory
  • Integrating HealthPathways with other clinical systems

Whilst this session includes some technology-related topics, it will be targeted at a non-technical audience. 

 

 

 

 

 

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C2. Evaluating HealthPathways across the Community

Room: 

Mulubinba Room, Newcastle City Hall

Dates and times:

  • 3:45 pm, Monday 14 May
  • 10:30 am, Tuesday 15 May
  • 3:00 pm, Tuesday 15 May

Facilitator:

  • Prof Frances Quirk, Chair, HealthPathways Evaluation Advisory Group
  • Assoc Prof Suzanne Robinson, Associate Professor, Health Systems and Health Economics, School of Public Health, Faculty of Health Sciences, Curtin University 
  • Dr Sarah Norris, Senior Research Fellow and Co-Lead of the Applied Policy Analysis Group,Menzies Centre for Health Policy, University of Sydney
  • Dr Carmen Huckel Schneider, Senior Lecturer in Health Policy and Director, Master of Health Policy, Sydney School of Public Health 

Suitable for:

  • Programme managers
  • Coordinators
  • Academic partners 

In this session we will: 

  • Consider recent literature relevant to the evaluation of HealthPathways and clinical guidelines 
  • Showcase current evaluation examples from around the HealthPathways Community 
  • Share interim results from the Australian Nationwide HealthPathways Utilisation 
  • Survey including strategies to enhance participation and recruitment 
  • Learn the structure and principles of a recommended framework for HealthPathways evaluation 
  • Discuss potential topics and methods for undertaking additional collaborative evaluation projects 
  • Debate how to resource and collaborate on evaluation activity 

Learning outcomes 

At the end of this session you will be able to: 

  • Draw on current evaluation literature and projects as inspiration 
  • Use the framework and implementation guidelines for HealthPathways evaluation in your region 
  • Identify opportunities for a collaborative approach to evaluation and sharing expertise with neighbouring regions

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