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Video now available: Hospital HealthPathways webinar

Published on 03 Mar, 2021 | Return|
Update Monday 12 April 2021

Here’s the video of the introductory webinar about Hospital HealthPathways, for those who couldn’t attend on the day. You can also now review the transcript of all questions and answers from the webinar.

If you'd like to chat further about Hospital HealthPathways, please contact Andy Froggatt, Director of Strategic Partnerships, at andy.froggatt@healthpathwayscommunity.org

Wednesday 3 March 2021

As a valued member of the HealthPathways Community, we wanted you to be the first to hear that we’re planning an introductory webinar about Hospital HealthPathways. 

Professor Mike Ardagh and Andy Froggatt will host the Hospital HealthPathways webinar for interested parties on Thursday 25 March. The webinar will include a demonstration of Hospital HealthPathways and the benefits of using HealthPathways in a hospital setting.

Register for the webinar on the link below, or find out more about Hospital HealthPathways.

Andy Froggatt, Director of Strategic Partnerships, would be happy to chat with you further about Hospital HealthPathways. You can reach him at andy.froggatt@healthpathwayscommunity.org 

Hospital HealthPathways webinar details

Thursday 25 March, 8.30 am to 9.30 am AEST
(10.30 am to 11.30 am NZDT)

Register Here

About Hospital HealthPathways

Hospital HealthPathways works in a similar way to Community HealthPathways, but in a hospital setting. It provides locally-agreed, evidence-based pathways and helps to:

  • extend collaboration across, and within, primary and secondary care settings
  • provide junior hospital doctors with clear, easy-to-access guidance on locally-agreed pathways of care
  • improve standardisation and quality of patient care
  • reduce unwarranted variation, adverse events, and delays in discharging patients.

For more information, see Hospital HealthPathways.

If you have any questions about this update, please have a chat with your lead writer.