Initiatives by Partnership

The following initiatives have been undertaken in partnership with:
NSW Ministry of Health

Pressure Injury Prevention Project

Aim: To foster best practice in the prevention and management of pressure injuries within NSW health facilities.

Benefits: Enhance patient safety by promoting pressure injury prevention and management among health care professionals and patients, in line with the Pan Pacific Clinical Practice Guidelines for the Prevention and Management of Pressure Injury 2012 as evidence based practice.Support local health districts (LHDs) and Networks to meet the Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care, National Safety and Quality Health Service Standards - Standard 8, Preventing and Managing Pressure Injury.

CEC Pre-implementation Added: 7 November 2013|Last updated: 2 June 2014

Support Network for the Local Health District Redesign and Innovation Leaders Group

Aim: To enable, support and challenge group members to achieve their mission of driving healthcare quality and efficiency through shared knowledge, collaborative communication and professional peer support.

Benefits: This network can generate significant momentum for local and system change by optimising relationships within and across clinical and geographical boundary lines.

ACI Ready to Implement Added: 25 October 2013|Last updated: 5 August 2016

Implementation of the Statewide Pain Plan

Aim: To document and implement a statewide pain strategy to reduce the burden of chronic pain in the community.

Benefits: Following the implementation of the NSW Pain Plan, there will be greater access to expert services, and improved support for primary care, for people living in regional NSW.

ACI Ready to Implement Added: 8 November 2013|Last updated: 20 January 2014

NSW Falls Prevention Program

Aim: To reduce the incidence and severity of falls among older people. To reduce the social, psychological and economic impact of falls among older people on individuals, families and the community.

Benefits: The goal is to prevent falls and harm form falls for older people living in the community, NSW Health residential aged care services and when admitted to hospital.

CEC Ready to Implement Added: 6 November 2013|Last updated: 20 January 2014

Operating Theatre Efficiency Strategies

Aim: Following the Auditor-General’s report, Performance Audit: Managing operating theatre efficiency for elective surgery, the ACI will work with the Ministry of Health (MoH) to support Local Health Districts (LHDs) in meeting three of seven recommendations outlined in the report and assigned to ACI.

Benefits: Increased collaboration and support for operating theatre efficiencies.

ACI Pre-implementation Added: 7 November 2013|Last updated: 20 January 2014

Supervision for Safety

Aim: It is proposed that the Supervision for Safety project address NSW Health system deficiencies related to supervision at the point of clinical care. Specifically related to ensuring patient care plans are appropriate and deterioration in patient condition is escalated to the most appropriate level.

Benefits: The Supervision project aims to ensure the appropriate support is provided to less experienced clinicians.The expected project outcomes include:Supervision of the clinical workforce is built into core work practices; Supervision is structured to allow clinicians to be trained without compromising patient care; Supervision provided by clinicians at the point of care is appropriate for the level of expertise of the clinicians involved; Practices are in place to establish the level of expertise of less experienced staff; Supervision is treated as...

CEC Pre-implementation Added: 2 June 2014|Last updated: 2 June 2014

Improving the Medical Inpatient Journey with Criteria Led Discharge

Aim: To reduce delays when a patient is medically ready to return home from hospital.

Benefits: A formalised criteria-led discharge process has the potential to: Improve patient experience: patients are able to get home sooner; Enhance patient safety: criteria led transfers of care through a checklist; Reduce unnecessary length of stay: not being in hospital when patients can actually return home; Reduce bed days: elimination of unnecessary days in hospital; Minimise waste: reduction of costs as a result of eliminating unnecessary lengths of stay in hospital; Improve staff satisfaction: staff are not pressured to transfer patients...

ACI Ready to Implement Added: 8 November 2013|Last updated: 30 May 2014

Rural Health Network

Aim: To provide a co-ordinated approach to the implementation of models of care and innovation for rural communities, including the use of technology; To develop, share and showcase innovative rural ‘working’ models of care; To work collaboratively with Local Health Districts (LHDs) and the Ministerial Advisory Committee in improving rural health-service delivery.

Benefits: To support rural and remote clinicians and provide co-ordination between ACI, health service providers and consumers in rural areas to inform and drive improved access and quality of health services in rural areas.

ACI Ready to Implement Added: 8 November 2013|Last updated: 20 January 2014

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