Improving Patient Flow eBook: Governance, Collaboration & Theatre Management

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An integrated, whole of health strategy is essential in providing patients with an appropriate and timely level of care. Hospitals from across the country must develop sustainable processes that support the entire patient journey.

Improving Patient Flow eBook

This and more was discussed at the recent Improving Patient Flow Conference, which focused on strengthening governance through effective communication and collaboration, improving processes through clinical service redesign and utilising technology and data to drive the patient journey.

Integrated Strategies to Improve Patient Flow, taking place in Sydney this September, will continue the conversation by addressing how health services can better integrate their service design both in and around hospitals to improve transition of care.

To find out more about the content covered at May’s conference, and for a look at what will be covered at the follow up event in September, download the Improving Patient Flow eBook. Content from the following speakers’ presentations is included:

  • Dr Ian Scott, Princess Alexandra Hospital, QLD
  • Taylor Carter, Fiona Stanley Hospital, WA
  • Allison Evans & Sally Matthews, Epworth Richmond Hospital, VIC

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Respectively, they covered the following topics at the conference, all of which are included in this eBook:

  • How effective governance structures can drive performance
  • Improving collaboration & partnerships between medical & nursing staff
  • Implementing a theatre improvement program

The next conference in this series, Whole of Hospital Strategies to Improve Patient Flow, takes place in May 2016. Book your place by February 19th to save $400.

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Submitted by Jessica Farrelly

Jessica Farrelly

Jessica is part of the marketing team at Criterion, specialising in content and social media. Originally from Ireland, she’s an avid traveller and moved to Sydney after a year spent living out of a backpack in Asia.

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