The Navigator is the single point of contact within the Emergency Department in regard to managing the process for patients to be transferred from ED to an inpatient unit. They work in collaboration with key ED and hospital staff to identify, monitor, communicate and escalate any issues related to the progress of patients through the ED and to inpatient units.
The surgery redesign program began in July 2015, since then we have made steady progress in both the Theatre Productivity and Planning and the Elective Joint Arthroplasty and Fractured Neck of Femur Pathway Initiatives.
With only 10 days to go until Change Day on the 16th March, we are continuing to build momentum and increase the number of pledges across the state.
Participants of the Building and Leading a high Performance Culture Program came together again in February for Masterclass 4 of the Health Leaders program.
Over 180 self-selecting change radicals came together recently in Hobart and Devonport for the inaugural School for Health and Care Radicals Tasmanian workshops. Facilitator Mary Freer inspired participants to go back to their workplaces and bring about positive change.
Peter Maree from HSI Tasmania presented at the Improving Healthcare International Convention in Melbourne in November 2015 – can health services keep pace with changing morbidity profiles in the community?
Health leadership experts will help deliver the third Leadership Masterclasses this November
For the first time ever in Tasmania a one-day 'School for Health & Care Radicals' will be held with Mary Freer, Director of freerthinking and CEO of Change Day Australia.