Authorised Care Program "respecting patient wishes" - Ambulance Service of NSW
Project final report
Project contact: Michelle Shiel, A/Project Director
Safe Procedural Sedation Project - Agency for Clinical Innovation
Project Update 2: March 2013
TABLETS - Tablets are bagged letting Emergency treat safely, Ambulance Service of NSW
Aim of this project was to reduce the high number of patient who were over 75 years of age who were arriving at Hospital Emergency Department without their medications.
Australian Triage Process Review - NSW Health & PWC Australia
The Australian Triage Process Review will assess the effectiveness of current triage processes in supporting ED models of care, streaming patients into appropriate models of care, and the need for complexity tools at triage.
Medical Assessment Units in NSW - NSW Health
A MAU is a physical ward that is close to the emergency department although not co-located. This page describes the implementation of MAUs in NSW.
Geriatric Rapid Acute Care Evaluation (GRACE) - NSW Health
Hornsby Ku-ring-gai Hospital Service (HKHS) has developed a new model of care to support general practitioners and aged care facility staff to care for residents at home, avoiding hospital admissions.
Patient Flow Portal - NSW Health
The ability to record a 'Waiting for What' (W4W) delay reason is the newest element to the Patient Flow Portal. It provides staff with the capability to track delays across the patient journey. There are also a number of associated reports to provide staff with information to better understad their hospital.
Workforce and staffing
Extended Care Paramedic Program - Ambulance Service of NSW
The Extended Care Paramedic program aims to either provide on-the-spot treatment or referral to patients with sub or non-acute health care needs that have sought help through triple zero that do not necessarily require presentation to an ED.