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VIP Project: Reducing Re-presentations and Readmissions to Hospital for Very Intensive Patients

The VIP project developed a strategy to identify Very Intensive Patients (VIPs) who are at high risk of re-presenting to hospital and implemented methods to address their medical and psycho-social needs. This new model of care has reduced the need for hospital-based care by using interagency partners in the primary care sector to provide support for VIPs in the community.
Hunter New England Local Health District
Added: 18 December 2015|Last updated: 8 November 2021

Rapid Access Colonoscopy: Faecal Occult Blood Test

This project designed and implemented a rapid access colonoscopy service for positive faecal occult blood test referrals in HNELHD.
Hunter New England Local Health District
Added: 24 February 2016|Last updated: 2 March 2016

Southcare Outreach Service (SOS)

The Southcare Outreach Service is a new model of care that delivers a rapid response, multidisciplinary team to clients aged over 65 years in their home to prevent presentations to the emergency department.
South Eastern Sydney Local Health District
Added: 19 February 2016|Last updated: 28 October 2021

Yhunger: healthy living skills for at-risk young people

Yhunger has developed educational resources and training workshops for youth workers that focus on ‘hands on’ skills development with young people.
Sydney Local Health District
Added: 15 July 2015|Last updated: 22 April 2021

Identifying and Managing Iron Deficiency and Iron Deficiency Anaemia

MLHD identified an alternative option for iron replacement therapy and developed guidelines to deliver it in the community setting where clinically indicated, in collaboration with patients and carers.
Murrumbidgee Local Health District
Added: 16 August 2017|Last updated: 27 May 2021

Aboriginal Wellbeing Hospital Discharge Booklet

An Aboriginal cultural resource was developed to improve the hospital discharge journey of Aboriginal patients, families and carers in MNCLHD. The clinical redesign process involved monitoring data, developing culturally appropriate resources and collaborating with Aboriginal people to gain the best health outcomes after discharge from hospital.
Mid North Coast Local Health District
Added: 29 January 2018|Last updated: 20 April 2021

Reducing 28-day mental health readmissions

The project aims to reduce 28-day mental health readmissions in Western Sydney Local Health District by identifying the key issues which lead to high readmission rates, and to implement targeted solutions to address these factors. Changes to the admissions, care co-ordination and discharge processes were implemented. Consumer, family and carer input into care planning was emphasised, along with the patient journey from admission to discharge and transition to the community....
Western Sydney Local Health District
Added: 26 April 2017|Last updated: 28 April 2017

Nurse - Patient Clinical Handover Engagement Huddle

An auditing process at Sydney/Sydney Eye Hospital revealed that patients are not as involved as they could be during the routine bedside handover processes that occur between nursing shifts. A project was established to address this, and in doing so, improve the safety and satisfaction of the patient.
Sydney Hospital and Sydney Eye Hospital
Added: 5 April 2019|Last updated: 22 April 2019

An Innovative Allied Health Approach to Cancer Care Services: Removing the 'Band-Aid Effect'

Nepean Cancer Care Centre (NCCC) was established in 1998, setting up a comprehensive specialised interdisciplinary allied health team to support the care needs of the cancer patients throughout their cancer journey. Allied health services are experiencing the demand of a growing cancer care service. This project is working to ensure the most efficient, effective use of allied health resources to support the best patient journey....
Nepean Blue Mountains Local Health District
Added: 18 August 2015|Last updated: 25 August 2015

Confident and Connected at Home on Haemodialysis

Nepean Blue Mountains Local Health District, in collaboration with The University of Sydney and Western Renal Services, developed a mobile app that allows patients to send their home haemodialysis data to nursing staff remotely and in real time.
Nepean Blue Mountains Local Health District
Added: 23 October 2017|Last updated: 14 May 2021

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