Chronic Condition Services – Building Better Patient-focused Service Models
With the incidence of chronic conditions increasing, Western Victoria Primary Health Network (WVPHN) wants to ensure the chronic conditions support services we commission are delivering the right outcomes for both patients and health providers.
WVPHN invites health providers to share their experience to ensure the chronic conditions support services WVPHN commission are delivering the right outcomes for both patients and health providers.
WVPHN has previously engaged health professionals and consumers with a lived experience to understand their experiences in providing care, navigating the health system, and accessing services. This was supported by a review of current literature and best practice policies. This work has provided an insight into how best to deliver patient-focused chronic conditions support.
You are now invited to contribute to the next steps of this work via an online co-design workshop looking at how the service models WVPHN commission are structured and the best means for delivering these services to ensure they reach the areas of greatest need in western Victoria.
Workshops will be held for General Practice, Allied Health and Community Health services and Rural Health Services and will consider a range of topics including:
- Approaches to multi-disciplinary care via partnerships and connections
- The role of digital technologies in managing chronic conditions
- How commissioned service models support General Practice
- How commissioned services can better meet the needs of those living in rural and remote areas
Please register to attend the session most relevant to you.
General Practice Session
Tuesday 12 July, 12.30pm – 2pm
Allied Health and Community Health Session
Wednesday 13 July, 5pm – 6.30pm
Rural Health Services Sessions
Tuesday 19 July, 5pm – 6.30pm
Thursday 21 July, 1pm – 2.30pm