Partnering for better Aboriginal health outcomes
Last year our Clinical Informatics team partnered with NALHN Aboriginal Health to streamline their national data reporting on Aboriginal Health indicators.Read the full story
Partnerships help shift the system and transform great ideas and consumer needs into innovative and sustainable solutions for improved healthcare.
CEIH and HTSA share a purposeful partnership to address clinical health service and system problems in South Australia by embedding research capability in health services to improve patient care and health outcomes.
Work with HTSA includes a number of flagship projects such as the Patient Reported Measures Research Collaborative.
To learn more about Health Translation SA, visit the HTSA website.
The CEIH Urgent Care team and the operational clinical leads in the South Australian Virtual Care Service (SAVCS) are working to support a new virtual care service to improve access to healthcare across the state. The collaboration is facilitating the re-design of models of care for people needing direct hospital admission and medical specialist support for ambulance crews on-scene and clinicians outside of the major city hospitals. The partnership is also providing data insights and analysis to assess system impact and identify improvement opportunities.
To read more the SAVCS, visit the SA Health website.
CEIH’s collaboration with Aboriginal Health in the Department for Health and Wellbeing aims to strengthen the use of data and analytics, and digital solutions to bring a stronger Aboriginal Lens to health system performance, particularly in the context of continuity of care across the health system.
To learn more about Aboriginal Health, visit the SA Health website.
The multi-agency partnership involving Federal, State, local, research and private organisations is contributing to creating a prosperous and thriving community in the North.
By working together, CEIH and the partners’ collective strengths in health, education, and translational research can be harnessed to support sustainable health and wellbeing and economic outcomes for the northern Adelaide community.
Caring Futures Institute (CFI) is Australia’s first fully dedicated research centre for the study of self-care and caring solutions across the population’s lifespan leading to better lives, better communities, better care and better systems. Leveraging the strengths of both CFI and CEIH, this partnership aims to identify how to best to support a learning health system, enhance clinical leadership and improve health system navigation.
To learn more about CFI, visit Caring Futures Institute — Flinders University.