Commission on Excellence and Innovation in Health

Our partners

Partnerships help shift the system and transform great ideas and consumer needs into innovative and sustainable solutions for improved healthcare.

Our part­ners

Health Trans­la­tion SA (HTSA)

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.


Statewide Vir­tu­al Care Service

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.


Abo­rig­i­nal Health

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.


North­ern Ade­laide Well­be­ing Partnership

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. 


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Car­ing Futures Insti­tute (CFI)

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.