Anka Radmanovish & Gill Hartas - Southern NSW LHD - Overcoming Barriers to Improving Occupancy of Community TACP Places in a Rural Local Health District
 

Anka Radmanovish & Gill Hartas - Southern NSW LHD - Overcoming Barriers to Improving Occupancy of Community TACP Places in a Rural Local Health District

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Anka Radmanovish & Gill Hartas delivered the presentation at 2014 Transition Care Conference: Improving Outcomes for Older People. ...

Anka Radmanovish & Gill Hartas delivered the presentation at 2014 Transition Care Conference: Improving Outcomes for Older People.

The 2014 Transition Care Conference: Improving Outcomes for Older People formed a National account of the consumers' transition care journey within the current aged care environment, highlighted new initiatives to improve TCP access and quality of care, and showcased innovative service delivery models across jurisdictions.

For more information about the event, please visit: http://www.informa.com.au/transitioncareconference14

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    Anka Radmanovish & Gill Hartas - Southern NSW LHD - Overcoming Barriers to Improving Occupancy of Community TACP Places in a Rural Local Health District Anka Radmanovish & Gill Hartas - Southern NSW LHD - Overcoming Barriers to Improving Occupancy of Community TACP Places in a Rural Local Health District Presentation Transcript

    • Prepared by: Anka Radmanovich Manager Aged Care and Rehabilitation Programs and Gill Hartas Community Aged and Extended Care Coordinator May 2014 Overcoming Barriers to Improving Occupancy of TACP Places in a Rural Local Health District
    • Southern NSW Local Health District Southern NSW TACP Team Locations: Goulburn (10) Queanbeyan (9) Cooma (5) Bega Valley (14) and Eurobodalla (15)
    • Occupancy 2011-2012
    • Occupancy 2011-2012 and 2012-2013 Planning and Implementing Solutions 2013
    • Solutions to increase Occupancy  Monthly Meetings  Target 100%  Promotion of Program  ACT ACAT assessment in Canberra hospitals  Financial benchmarking discussions  Equity of access  Expanding and refining target population
    • Solutions to increase Occupancy  Consumer Co-payment process  TACP Brochure  Consumer satisfaction survey  Definitions for TACP quarterly reports
    • Solutions to increase Occupancy Amalgamation October 2013  Flexibility of packages between sites  Cooma TACP Coordinator = Central Contact Point
    • Solutions to increase Occupancy Amalgamation October 2013  District wide database of places  Monthly site occupancy reports  Consolidated monthly Medicare report  Appropriate allocation of revenue  Consolidated quarterly report to the Ministry of Health
    • Results
    • Sustaining Change and Further Improvements • Bi-monthly meetings • TACP ‘Grand Rounds’ • Benchmarking between sites • Consumer outcome measures
    • Anka Radmanovich Anka.Radmanovich@gsahs.health.nsw.gov.au Gill Hartas Gill.Hartas@gsahs.health.nsw.gov.au