COORDINARE is committed to fostering quality in general practice and our Quality Improvement Program (QIP) is designed to guide and support general practice to improve patient management through building good systems management.
Practices can choose from quality initiatives that range from practical self-assessment checklists through to whole-of-practice review.
COORDINARE’s QI tools and resources support practices to reflect on the way care is organised and delivered now as well as to prepare for changes in primary care such as the Patient Centred Medical Home.
Our 'Quality Activities' information sheet provides a summary of available QI tools.
PC-PIT: A validated tool designed for general practice.
Patient Reported Measures (PROMs and PREMs): Resources to help understand Patient Reported Outcome Measures and Patient Reported Experience Measures.
Patient Centred Medical Home (PCMH): There are tools available that can help your practice progress towards a Patient Centred Medical Home model of care.
Quality Improvement Program summary: The Quality Improvement Program will comprise of a series of quality initiatives and can be used as evidence under the RACGP practice accreditation Standard 3 of the RACGP 4th Edition Standards.
Immunisation Quality Initiative: Provides useful tools and a plan to help practices review their immunisation quality and safety. Contact your Health Coordination Consultant or phone COORDINARE on 1800 069 002. A range of resources can be found on our website.
Cancer Screening Quality Initiative: Provides useful tools and a plan to help practices review their cancer screening quality and safety. Contact your Health Coordination Consultant or phone COORDINARE on 1800 069 002. A range of resources can be found on our website.
SPDS – Stream 2: Quality Improvement: Through the free provision of comprehensive resources, customised training and access to innovative tools COORDINARE provides practices with a structured and empirically validated process to improve data quality, identify at-risk patients and use a data driven approach to improve patient and population outcomes.
Health Pathways: A free web-based portal designed to support health professionals in planning patient care through primary and secondary health care systems within the local region.
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