The session will present the core design elements of the New Zealand Health Care Home model, outcomes to date and the learning gained for health policy and practice, change management and the role of patients from Pinnacle’s eight years of Health Care Home implementation.Find out more »
Drawing on a recently completed report for the NZ Productivity Commission on primary care innovation in New Zealand, this session from Dr Lesley Middleton and Phoebe Dunn will explore how the environment for primary care has developed since the introduction of the Primary Health Care Strategy in 2001, before going on to discuss the current policy settings and enablers and barriers that exist today.
Linking to Helen Parker’s HSRAANZ webinar in September, Lesley and Phoebe will use the recent expansion of the Health Care Home model of care across NZ as an illustrative example of some of the bigger themes at play, and to tell the story of an innovation that has emerged and evolved from the middle of the health system.Find out more »
Commissioning of health services is a relatively new healthcare concept in Australia and there is limited experience to guide commissioners, such as Primary Health Networks (PHNs) on methods which facilitate research evidence-informed procurement and commissioning.1 Reviews to date have identified the challenges of identifying a single preferred commissioning model and that commissioning impacts are highly context-dependent.
This WEBINAR by Professor Jonathan Karnon, Jade Hart and Kenneth Lo will discuss the commissioning approach of PHNs and the challenges of assessing the cost effectiveness of primary health services. Using residential aged care as a case study, we will also present an evidence-informed framework that seeks to recognise the many complex variables, such as intricate funding models, clients with diverse needs, and presence of numerous stakeholders with different roles and interestsFind out more »
This one-day forum presented by the Health Services Research Association of Australia and New Zealand (HSRAANZ) will bring together stakeholders with experience in PROMS and PREMs to advance the health services research agenda.Find out more »
Alison Pearce will present details of her winning Health Services & Policy Research Paper on the value of productivity lost in 2012 due to cancer-related premature mortality in the major developing economies of Brazil, the Russian Federation, India, China and South Africa (BRICS).Find out more »
Dr Elizabeth Lynch Research Fellow, Adelaide Nursing School, Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences and the joint winner of the 2018 HSRAANZ Impact Award will present her winning program of research around the implementation of the nationally recommended Assessment for Rehabilitation Tool for people with stroke in Australia.Find out more »
This webinar will examine the role of engagement in the conduct of research underpinning the MABEL longitudinal survey of doctors. MABEL was funded by NHMRC for its first 10 years. The webinar will examine how we have planned and undertaken engagement for MABEL, what successes there have been, and what lessons have been learned.Find out more »
Low-value care is use of a test or treatment when the expected benefit to the patient does not outweigh the potential harms. Initiatives such as Choosing Wisely have drawn attention to the issue of low-value care, but we have little knowledge of how much low-value care occurs, where or why it occurs, or the consequences of low-value care for patients and the health system.Find out more »
In this webinar, Heather Brownenior Lecturer in Health Economics at Newcastle University, UK will introduce the statistical techniques of difference in difference approach and interrupted time series. These are before/after study designs which can be used to evaluate natural policy experiments/public health interventions where a randomised control trial is not possible.Find out more »
This webinar presents 3 case studies of people who have chosen not to pursue the usual academic path following completion of the PhDs. Their presentations will describe their research journey and what they do in their current roles. The benefits and challenges of choosing a path less travelled can sometimes be harder but often very rewarding. The three presenters come from diverse backgrounds and now work in very different roles. This presentation will be of interest to those contemplating where to from here if they are nearly finished their studies or for those considering a career change.Find out more »