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Healthy ED Healthy Hospital

Healthy ED Healthy Hospital

The Healthy ED Healthy Hospital project aimed to improve safe and timely emergency care within an agreed timeframe in a bid to improve patient safety and outcomes.
The Maitland Hospital
Added: 26 August 2019|Last updated: 29 August 2019
Less time in ED: zero tolerance for patients with emergency department stays of more than 24 hours

Less time in ED: zero tolerance for patients with emergency department stays of more than 24 hours

St Vincent’s Hospital Sydney is working to improve patient and staff safety, and the overall experience in the emergency department. The focus is on eliminating extended lengths of stay in the ED.
St Vincent's Hospital
Added: 26 August 2019|Last updated: 29 August 2019
STAT MH: Safe, Timely Access to Mental Health

STAT MH: Safe, Timely Access to Mental Health

This project will implement a number of solutions to reduce clinical variability and length of stay in acute adult mental health inpatient units. These include a new model of care, new care coordination and discharge process, new patient flow and demand management systems, enhanced consumer engagement, and workforce review and development.
South Western Sydney Local Health District
Added: 14 March 2017|Last updated: 28 April 2017
Totally Hip (and Knee)

Totally Hip (and Knee)

This project reviewed the journey of patients undergoing an elective total hip or knee replacement at the Tweed Hospital. In consultation with staff and patients, a range of improvements were implemented, including preoperative assessments, patient information brochures, clinical pathways and pain management.
The Tweed Hospital
Added: 6 March 2017|Last updated: 28 April 2017
Bowral and District Hospital Preadmission Clinic Redesign Project

Bowral and District Hospital Preadmission Clinic Redesign Project

This project reviewed the journey of adult elective surgery patients at BDH and developed a series of measures to streamline and improve the booking, pathology, clinical review, admission, surgery and post-operative processes.
Bowral and District Hospital
Added: 9 December 2016|Last updated: 16 December 2016
Emergency Surgery: Why The Wait?

Emergency Surgery: Why The Wait?

The Tweed Hospital implemented a number of solutions to streamline and improve the surgical journey of emergency surgery patients. These included education for staff and patients, development of new care pathways and implementation of electronic booking and referral systems.
The Tweed Hospital
Added: 30 November 2016|Last updated: 16 December 2016
In Safe Hands: Structured Interdisciplinary Bedside Rounds

In Safe Hands: Structured Interdisciplinary Bedside Rounds

The structured interdisciplinary bedside rounds (SIBR) project involved a restructuring of the Medical Unit at Orange to allow care to be delivered via daily interdisciplinary patient and family-centred rounds delivered in plain English with collaborative care and goal planning involving patient, family and the multidisciplinary healthcare team.
Orange Health Service
Added: 10 September 2014|Last updated: 11 November 2016
Mighty Germ But Tight Plan Can Send The Baby Home

Mighty Germ But Tight Plan Can Send The Baby Home

The Royal Hospital for Women conducted an audit to measure the success of an early discharge policy that was implemented in January 2011.
Royal Hospital for Women
Added: 23 February 2016|Last updated: 8 April 2016
The Home for Lunch Project

The Home for Lunch Project

The Home for Lunch Project addressed barriers to safe, timely and efficient discharge of children, using a whole of health approach.
Sydney Children's Hospital Network
Added: 7 January 2016|Last updated: 21 January 2016
Don’t Restrict My Ability: Improving Care and Communication for Restricted Weight Bearing Patients

Don’t Restrict My Ability: Improving Care and Communication for Restricted Weight Bearing Patients

This project aimed to improve the patient flow of restricted weight bearing (RWB) patients through the acute orthopaedic service, by implementing a reconditioning program that optimised recovery following surgery. Communication processes were also incorporated into the model of care, to keep patients informed and improve their experience.
Concord Repatriation General Hospital
Added: 27 November 2015|Last updated: 3 December 2015
Making National Emergency Access Target (NEAT) Work

Making National Emergency Access Target (NEAT) Work

This project examined the sequence of events from arrival to the ward and transfer of patients admitted to an inpatient ward through the emergency department, to identify improvements that would reduce the number of admitted patients with an ED length of stay of more than four hours.
Tamworth Rural Referral Hospital
Added: 12 October 2015|Last updated: 26 October 2015
Paediatric Bed Days Saved

Paediatric Bed Days Saved

This project developed a new model of care to allow children with standard or medium risk acute lymphoblastic leukemia, who have received high dose methotrexate, to be discharged within two days instead of five.
The Children's Hospital at Westmead
Added: 13 July 2015|Last updated: 27 July 2015
Stepping Home with Cellulitis

Stepping Home with Cellulitis

Stepping Home with Cellulitis results in reduced length of stay for patients admitted to RNSH with Cellulitis through implementation of a clinical pathway.
Royal North Shore Hospital
Added: 4 December 2014|Last updated: 8 December 2014
Validation and Impact of the 4 Hour Rule in Emergency Departments

Validation and Impact of the 4 Hour Rule in Emergency Departments

The purpose of this partnership project is to assess the impact of the four-hour rule/National Emergency Access Target (NEAT) policy in reducing access block and its effects of Emergency Department (ED) overcrowding on patients before and after its implementation. The large data linkage study will examine the trends and characteristics of patients under the policy in WA hospitals and compare them with similar patients not under the policy....
Simpson Centre for Health Services Research, University of New South Wales
Added: 30 October 2014|Last updated: 30 October 2014

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