Partnerships Program

The Part­ner­ships Pro­gram builds and strength­ens part­ner­ships to 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.