D1. Using Co-commissioning to deliver Integrated Care

Facilitator:

  • Mitchell Cootes, Quality, Commissioning and Improvement
  • Nerida Walker, Integration – PHN
  • Martha Parsons, Program Manager Diabetes Alliance HNELHD 
  • Practice Support and Development Team – Rural and Regional

This session will share the learnings from a joint commissioning approach to a new model of care for Type 2 Diabetes delivered in general practice. Participants will gain insight into the Hunter New England Diabetes Alliance model, an example of co-commissioning between the primary and tertiary specialist sector. With a focus on improved access and capacity building, the model was evaluated, scaled and spread throughout the shared geography of the Hunter New England Local Health District and the Primary Health Network.

The session will provide participants with insights into: 

  • Cross-sector shared measurement 
  • Shared reporting in co-commissioning
  • Clinical governance
  • MBS funding navigation
  • Clinical outcomes reporting
  • Data measurement opportunities
  • Patient enablement 
  • Provider experience
  • Implementer experience
  • Research partnerships 

Learning outcomes

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

  • Identify opportunities for cross-sector collaboration in your health system
  • Consider the feasibility of implementation in general practice 
  • Provide your health service with guidance on shared reporting opportunities 
  • Understand co-commissioning approach to collaboration

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D2. HealthPathways in Health System Redesign: Spread and Scale Up

Facilitator:

  • Lea Kirkwood, Program Manager, Centre for Healthcare Redesign, ACI
  • Bronwyn Paton, Course Manager, Centre for Healthcare Redesign, ACI
  • Cate Dingelstad, Project Manager, Centre for Healthcare Redesign, ACI 
  • Tricia Cummins, Capability Designer Manager, Centre for Health Care Redesign, ACI
  • Amelia Giles, Course Coordinator, Centre for Healthcare Redesign, ACI

In this session we will examine the theory and practice of spreading and scaling up successful pathways within and across organisations. Delegates will participate in a practical workshop that provides opportunity for reflection, experience sharing, and planning for action on return to the workplace.

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

  • Identify when a pathway is ready for “spread” 
  • Prepare the resources required to “spread”  
  • Use the checklist to ensure you’re ready for “spread” 
  • Start “spread” using PDSA and the 1: 3: 5 approach
  • Discuss the barriers and enablers for going to “scale” 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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