MOBILE FRIENDLY PLATFORM
A mobile friendly platform is now available.
ILLAWARRA SHOALHAVEN INTEGRATED CARE STRATEGY 2018-2020
This strategy has been developed collaboratively by COORDINARE and Illawarra Shoalhaven Local Health District. HPWIS is mentioned regulalry within the document and is noted as an E-health enabler towards the continued integration of health care in the Illawarra Shoalhaven region.
SHORT TERM EVALUATION REPORT
This is our HPWIS Short Term Evaluation Report for the period 2015 - 2017.
384 pathways are now published. Click on localised pathways to access.
To track pathways under development click on PATHWAY PROGRESS in the top menu bar.
Site usage is growing as more pathways are localised. In comparing the 2016/17 and 2017/18 business years the session usage has increased 48%, page views by 42% and users by 10%. This shows that our users keep returning with greater frequency and are viewing more pathways. The next step is to promote the site more widely now that we have a critical mass of local pathways.
To track monthly and quarterly usage click on the USAGE DATA in the top menu bar.
The site has been live since 21 Sept 2015.
CLINICAL EDITOR ACHIEVEMENTS
Dr Louise Delaney has published a significant number of pathways for our local site since 2015, too many to name. Louise is also the Regional Clinical Advisor for GP Clinical Editors across the Australian HealthPathways Community.
Drs Jan Hogbin and Soli Duveaux joined our team in late 2017 and are drafting/publishing pathways. To view the full team click on the TEAM in the top menu bar.
Dr Bronwen Spalding is on study leave and has published many pathways including a chapter for palliative care, orthopaedic referral/request pathways for urgent, non-urgent and fracture clinic assessment, an Osteoporosis pathway and a suite of Mental Health pathways including detailed provider directory information on communuity, public and private services.
Dr Annette Roberts has completed her assignment to localise a chapter of Older Persons' Health pathways.
CLINICAL WORKING GROUPS (CWG)
GPs, specialists and other health professionals meet to improve clinical streams and prioritise pathways
2017: COPD and related chronic lung diseases CWGs held - related pathways reviewed
Lung Cancer CWGs held - related pathways published
2016: Mental Health CWGs held - pathways published
2015: Palliative Care CWG held - pathways published
Respiratory Services CWG held - pathways published
Renal Services CWG held - pathways published with an evaluation completed