Working across NSW Health to improve value
Leading Better Value Care is one of the programs that is accelerating value-based healthcare in NSW. It involves clinicians, networks and organisations working together on high-impact initiatives to improve outcomes and experiences for people with specific conditions.
The program is a collaboration between the NSW Ministry of Health, Agency for Clinical Innovation, Clinical Excellence Commission, Cancer Institute NSW and local health districts and specialty health networks across NSW, focusing on 13 clinical initiatives.
Stories of excellence: vignettes
Select an initiative to find new ideas and understand the different elements that contribute to these local success stories.
View our events calendar for the latest events being run by ACI clinical networks.
A secure collaborative space for NSW Health professionals. Please note: this hub will be decommissioned in August 2021. It will be replaced by a new platform hosted by each the initiative lead. Please contact the relevant ACI network listed on the initiative page for more information.
Do you work in a healthcare setting and need to run a change project? The ACI provides coaching and education to implement change projects that improve patient care.
We support knowledge sharing across sites, link sites working on similar initiatives and provide access to relevant clinical networks. The support offered is tailored to individual site needs and may involve mentoring, guidance, facilitation and training throughout a project.
Patient-reported measures is critical to supporting Leading Better Value Care across NSW; shifting the focus from measuring volume to measuring value – value in terms of the outcomes and experiences that matter to patients.
In NSW, the Patient Reported Measures Program gives patients the opportunity to provide direct, timely feedback about their health-related experiences and outcomes. This feedback helps drive improvement and enables NSW Health to deliver better value care that is sustainable over time.
Read more about the Patient Reported Measures Program.