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Murray HealthPathways brings health professionals together at launch
At a strongly attended launch event in Bendigo, Murray PHN CEO Matt Jones described HealthPathways as "a tangible way to address the fragmentation of our health systems".
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West Coast tramping experience great way to prep for the conference
The pre-conference tramping trip to the West Coast of New Zealand proved to be great preparation for some delegates.
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Greening of the Red Zone tour adds local colour to the conference
Red zone tour gives conference delegates a first hand look at the challenges and opportunities for Christchurch after the 2010/2011 quakes.
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Conference delegates enjoy good music, good food, and good company
The 2016 HealthPathways Conference Dinner was a chance for delegates to network and let their hair down halfway through the three-day event.
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Patient information centre stage in final conference event
When it comes to patient information there's myriad choices for clinical editors to choose from. But which sources are the best? and what's the best way to present the information?
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Drilling down into achieving whole of system change
It's better to aim for "better" rather than perfection - this is the practical but inspirational message delivered by Chief Implementation Advisor Andy Froggatt on the morning of the last day of the 2016 HealthPathways Conference.
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Information systems supporting integrated care
HealthPathways is just one of many platforms for enabling whole of system change in Canterbury, as delegates learned on their site visits to Pegasus Health.
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One system innovation driving improvements in acute demand management
A high trust, low bureaucracy collaborative system that sees primary care providers as true partners of their hospital colleagues is key for improving care and meeting the growing pressures placed on health systems.
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Design Lab tour reveals heart of one system approach
A one system approach that breaks down the silos preventing collaboration needs a space for brainstorming and experimenting with new processes, and educating staff from every field. And that place is the CDHB Design Lab.
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Crunching the numbers to inform better clinical decisions
Delegates were today shown how business intelligence tools inform operational decision making with a tour of Christchurch Hospital’s Operations Centre, the new cutting edge facility which could claim to be the nerve centre for Canterbury’s health system.
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Workshops deliver key insights for editors, admins, and managers
There was something for everyone during the first workshops on day one of the 2016 HealthPathways Conference.
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Engagement a big talking point in panel discussion
Leaders from across the HealthPathways Community talked about the conference's theme in a real world context during the post-keynote panel discussion, with the topic of engagement coming to the fore.
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Keynote addresses set the tone for the 2016 HealthPathways Conference
The 2016 HealthPathways Conference opened with a traditional Maori welcome and keynote addresses that demonstrate the strong partnership between primary and secondary care that’s the foundation of the whole of system change in Canterbury.
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HealthInfo Canterbury reaches 160,000 page views per quarter
The latest figures released by the Canterbury District Health Board's patient information site shows it's being embraced by the public.
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HealthPathways helping to improve care for frail older Cantabrians
Fewer frail older patients in Canterbury are staying in hospital more than 10 days thanks to the development of the Canterbury District Health Board's (CDHB) Frail Older Person’s Pathway.
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