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Improving the Patient Journey for Women with High-Risk Pregnancies

Improving the Patient Journey for Women with High-Risk Pregnancies

Wollongong Hospital established a consultant-led pre-anaesthetic clinic for women with high-risk pregnancies. It ensures women are supported during their pregnancy and delivery, and clinicians are prepared for any medical issues that may arise.
Anaesthesia, Obstetrics, Risk
Added: 8 September 2017|Last updated: 25 September 2017
Standards for High Risk Foot Services (HRFS) in NSW

Standards for High Risk Foot Services (HRFS) in NSW

Aim: “The Standards” will be used to:Provide a consistent definition for HRFSReduce clinical variation, aligning existing services tostate, national and ...
Benefits: Facilitate equity of access to an appropriate level of foot care for all patients in NSW by supporting a basis for standardising the clinical servicesImprove ca...
18 June 2015
Clinical Innovation Program – Spread of Innovation

Clinical Innovation Program – Spread of Innovation

Aim: The aim of the ACI Clinical Innovation Program is to:Accelerate implementation of ACI Models of Care and Guidelines; Assist in the sharing and sp...
Benefits: Improved implementation and system uptake of models, with demonstrated patient and health system benefit; Reduction in time and effort for LHDs to replicat...
7 August 2014
Care of Confused Hospitalised Persons (CHOPs) program

Care of Confused Hospitalised Persons (CHOPs) program

Aim: Provide simple strategies to improve the care outcomes of older patients with confusion in NSW hospitals, through:increased staff knowledge and skills to i...
Benefits: Increased screening, improved risk assessment and more appropriate treatment and management of confusion.Increased awareness, knowledge and skills of staff to b...
14 August 2015
Inclusion in Mainstream Health Services: Using Visuals for people with intellectual disability

Inclusion in Mainstream Health Services: Using Visuals for people with intellectual disability

Aim: This project aims to improve communication between people with disabilities and health professionals in busy mainstream healthcare environments by developing an...
Benefits: Using visual aids for people with intellectual disability in  busy healthcare environments can assist with communication and allay fear and confusion for t...
10 July 2015
Electronic Persistent Pain Outcome Collaboration - routine patient outcomes reporting of pain management intervention

Electronic Persistent Pain Outcome Collaboration - routine patient outcomes reporting of pain management intervention

Aim: The NSW pain plan provided funding and an outline of a system of collecting and analyzing data from NSW pain clinics which quantified patient outcomes...
Benefits: The routine collection and analysis of data regarding patient outcomes is an important aspect of service delivery and improvement. The data enables benchmarking...
25 February 2015
Stroke Clinical Variation Statewide Strategy (SCVSS) & Stroke Clinical Audit Process (SCAP) V2

Stroke Clinical Variation Statewide Strategy (SCVSS) & Stroke Clinical Audit Process (SCAP) V2

Aim: The SCVSS will ensure the delivery of best quality care through a process which regularly assesses clinical variation , determining and  correcting its cau...
Benefits: Reduction in mortality and functional outcomes for stroke (ischaemic and haemorrhagic) patients admitted to NSW public hospitals.
14 July 2015
Nurse Delegated Emergency Care (NDEC) Project

Nurse Delegated Emergency Care (NDEC) Project

Aim: To provide timely, quality care for patients presenting to EDs in rural and remote areas with low risk, low acuity conditions, and to empower Registered Nu...
Benefits: For patients - access to timely and quality care for less-urgent conditionsFor nurses - a validated and authorised framework to work within their scope of pract...
17 August 2016
Clinical Variation in 30 Day Mortality for Acute Myocardial Infarction

Clinical Variation in 30 Day Mortality for Acute Myocardial Infarction

Aim: To examine clinical variation in 30 Day mortality for patients presenting with Acute Myocardial Infarction to hospitals throughout NSW.
Benefits: Increased understanding of the factors that contribute to unwarranted clinical variation (UCV) in 30 day mortality for Acute Myocardial Infarction. If UCV is co...
6 November 2013

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