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  • Mental health and addiction

    quality improvement programme update

    November 2017

  • About the programme

  • Collaborative workshops

  • 5 Priority areas • Consumer partnership and

    co-design

    • Partnership with Maori

    • Building leadership and

    improvement capability

    • Measurement

    • Campaign

  • The Commission’s approach

    1 project 20

    projects

    Interest clusters

    Regional projects

  • Prioritisation 1. Strategic fit

    – Improving consumer experience

    – Improved health equity

    – Reducing harm

    – Reducing unwarranted variation in patterns of care.

    2. Evidence - evidence for intervention?

    3. Benefits realisation – impact & scale, timing,

    sustainability, ability to scale & spread?

    4. Value for money

    5. Available data

  • Strategic areas 1. Consumer experience

    2. Equity

    3. Reducing harm

    4. Reducing variations in

    care

  • Building workforce capability • QI Facilitator

    Course

    • Local QI projects

    underway

  • Leadership Group • Governance function- terms of reference

    • Expect to meet quarterly

    • Next meeting 29 November

  • Membership • Dr Rees Tapsell ( Chair), Dr Clive Bensemann (Clinical Lead),

    • Wi Keelan (Kaumatua & Cultural Advisor)

    • Dr Alison Masters, Angela Gruar, Dr Arran Culver, Toni Gutschlag

    • Karla Bergquist, Derek Wright, Joanne Henare, Dr David Codyre

    • Shaun McNeil, Stu Bigwood, Dr Monique Faleafa

    • Dr Susanna Galea-Singer, Heather Casey, Prof Graham Mellsop,

    • Fiona Trevelyan, Erin Polaczuk, Dr Roz Sorensen,

  • Programme draft work plan • Proposal to Leadership Group on

    29th November

    • 5 Priority areas

    • Commence quality improvement initiatives in

    March 2018

  • Issues for Addiction sector • Minimising restrictive care (SCAT)

    • Maximising physical health issues

    • Improving medication management

    • Improving service transitions

    • Learning from serious adverse events and

    consumer experience

  • Thank you • Any questions ?

    [email protected]

    mailto:[email protected]