Working together to improve Tasmanian healthcare delivery

Leadership Masterclasses helping to develop strong collaborations

Health leadership experts help deliver the 6th Collective Health Leadership Masterclass. 

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Quality and Safety in Healthcare lecture to be presented by Dr Dirk De Korne

A Quality and Safety in Healthcare lecture will be presented by Dr Dirk F De Korne on 17th June at the Medical Science Precinct, 17 Liverpool Street, Hobart.

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Clinical Redesign online and flexible

Our high quality, industry facing education programs are helping to empower health professionals across Australia, with the knowledge and practical skills to lead change, drive improvement, and start to shift workplace cultures for the better.

Our Clinical Redesign programs are designed for busy health professionals. We offer part-time and online study options, and we provide several pathways for career progression, tailored to your needs. Ask us about our Commonwealth Supported Places – you may be eligible.

Clinical Redesign boosts hospital system & improves patient experience

Associate Professor Craig Quarmby is the Co-Director of the University of Tasmania's Health Services Innovation Tasmania. Interviewed on 28 April 2016 by Leon Compton on 936 ABC Hobart and ABC Northern Tasmania, he tells Leon that Tasmania's health system is showing positive signs of improvement  and that clinical redesign of the state's hospitals (research and activity funded by the Commonwealth and facilitated by UTAS ) is improving patient care and creating efficiencies.

The ABC has uploaded the interview to Soundcloud - click here to listen to the interview:

UTAS has the full length article here:

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    HSI Tasmania works with the State's health providers to improve the quality and efficiency of the Tasmanian hospital system through Clinical Redesign. Clinical Redesign is a widely accepted, evidence-based approach to analysing and enhancing the quality, safety and effectiveness of acute health care.

    It benefits patients by providing more timely care, and a better health care experience. It provides greater satisfaction for health care professionals, and delivers a more efficient use of clinical resources, helping to manage the growing costs of health care provision.

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