Frank Quinlan, Mental Health Council of Australia - Future Investment in Mental Health Reform and Research

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Frank Quinlan, Chief Executive Officer, Mental Health Council of Australia delivered this presentation at the 15th Annual Health Congress 2014. This event brings together thought leaders and leading practitioners from across the Australian health system to consider the challenges, implications and future directions for health reform.

For more information, please visit http://www.informa.com.au/annualhealthcongress14

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Frank Quinlan, Mental Health Council of Australia - Future Investment in Mental Health Reform and Research

  1. 1. • Current developments and processes in mental health reform • Impact of the NDIS • Shift to outcome based funding
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  3. 3. • • • • • • •
  4. 4. • Introduced the concept of national insurance for disability • Introduced coverage for psychosocial disability • Rode on wave of political enthusiasm
  5. 5. • Individual choice and control • Additional resources • Long-term planning and commitment • Portability
  6. 6. • Consumer and carer inclusion • Flexible access • Multiple levels of assistance • Recovery principles • Whole of life support • A specialised workforce
  7. 7. • Eligibility • Assessment • Packaging of services • Reforming mental health services
  8. 8. Existing Mental Health Services: (services to everyone) NDIS support: (servicing no one)
  9. 9. Existing Mental Health Services: (services to everyone) NDIS support: (servicing no one) Personal Helpers and Mentors
  10. 10. Existing Mental Health Services: (services to everyone) NDIS support: (servicing no one) Personal Helpers and Mentors Partners in Recovery
  11. 11. Existing Mental Health Services: (services to everyone) NDIS support: (servicing no one) Personal Helpers and Mentors Partners in Recovery Mental Health Respite for Carers
  12. 12. Existing Mental Health Services: (services to everyone) NDIS support: (servicing no one) Personal Helpers and Mentors Partners in Recovery Mental Health Respite for Carers Day to Day Living
  13. 13. Existing Mental Health Services: (services to everyone) NDIS support: (servicing no one) Personal Helpers and Mentors Partners in Recovery Mental Health Respite for Carers Day to Day Living State/Territory Programs
  14. 14. Existing Mental Health Services: serving everyone - NDIS
  15. 15. Existing Mental Health Services: serving everyone - NDIS NDIS support: serving 6,000 high intensity T3 54,000 other T3 +T2 - ???
  16. 16. Existing Mental Health Services: serving everyone - NDIS NDIS support: serving 6,000 high intensity T3 54,000 other T3 +T2 - ??? New funding
  17. 17. Existing Mental Health Services: serving everyone - NDIS NDIS support: serving 6,000 high intensity T3 54,000 other T3 +T2 - ??? New funding Personal Helpers and Mentors
  18. 18. Existing Mental Health Services: serving everyone - NDIS NDIS support: serving 6,000 high intensity T3 54,000 other T3 +T2 - ??? New funding Personal Helpers and Mentors 70% Partners in Recovery
  19. 19. Existing Mental Health Services: serving everyone - NDIS NDIS support: serving 6,000 high intensity T3 54,000 other T3 +T2 - ??? New funding Personal Helpers and Mentors 70% Partners in Recovery 50% Mental Health Respite for Carers
  20. 20. Existing Mental Health Services: serving everyone - NDIS NDIS support: serving 6,000 high intensity T3 54,000 other T3 +T2 - ??? New funding Personal Helpers and Mentors 70% Partners in Recovery 50% Mental Health Respite for Carers 35% Day to Day Living
  21. 21. Existing Mental Health Services: serving everyone - NDIS NDIS support: serving 6,000 high intensity T3 54,000 other T3 +T2 - ??? New funding Personal Helpers and Mentors 70% Partners in Recovery 50% Mental Health Respite for Carers 35% Day to Day Living ??% State/Territory Programs
  22. 22. Existing Mental Health Services: serving everyone - NDIS NDIS support: serving 6,000 high intensity T3 54,000 other T3 +T2 - ??? New funding Personal Helpers and Mentors 30% Partners in Recovery 70% Partners in Recovery 50% Mental Health Respite for Carers 35% Day to Day Living ??% State/Territory Programs
  23. 23. Existing Mental Health Services: serving everyone - NDIS NDIS support: serving 6,000 high intensity T3 54,000 other T3 +T2 - ??? New funding Personal Helpers and Mentors 30% Partners in Recovery 70% Partners in Recovery 50% Mental Health Respite for Carers 50% Mental Health Respite for Carers 35% Day to Day Living ??% State/Territory Programs
  24. 24. Existing Mental Health Services: serving everyone - NDIS NDIS support: serving 6,000 high intensity T3 54,000 other T3 +T2 - ??? New funding Personal Helpers and Mentors 30% Partners in Recovery 70% Partners in Recovery 50% Mental Health Respite for Carers 50% Mental Health Respite for Carers 65% Day to Day Living 35% Day to Day Living ??% State/Territory Programs
  25. 25. • National indicators and targets for mental health
  26. 26. • More people with poor mental health will have better physical health and live longer • More people have good mental health and wellbeing • More people with poor mental health will live a meaningful and contributing life
  27. 27. • More people will have a positive experience of support, care and treatment • Fewer people will experience avoidable harm • Fewer people will experience stigma and discrimination

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