Wednesday, 20 November 2019 - Thursday, 21 November 2019
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The Subacute group resolved to focus
their meetings, analysis and report development on the Rehabilitation and GEM
streams. From a benchmarking viewpoint, the Health Roundtable has been working
to develop a Subacute suite of reports to enable peer comparison and
performance analysis, based on data, which is comparable to the level of
analysis provided for acute admitted patients. The Health Roundtable acute
patient reports have evolved and matured over the past 20 years, whereas
Subacute reporting is continuing to evolve.
We would like to
invite your Health service to participate in our 2019 meeting on November 20
& 21 in Brisbane, the theme of which is “right place, right people, right care”. to discuss members success and
challenges in sub-acute care and leave inspired and with ideas and an action
plan to improve quality patient outcomes.
2019 Guest speakers:
A/Prof Gideon Caplan Director Post-Acute Care Services and Geriatric Medicine, The
Prince of Wales Hospital. Gideon will present the background and preliminary
findings related to Intranasal insulin for the management of delirium in
patients over 65 years old.
Prof Tim Geraghty, Medical Chair, Division of Rehabilitation, Metro South Health and Deputy
Director, The Hopkins Centre: Research for Rehabilitation and Resilience. Tim
will present the 2019 Standards for the provision of Inpatient Adult
Rehabilitation Medicine Services in Public and Private Hospitals.
Dr Amelia Crabtree, Consultant Geriatrician, Alfred
Health. Dr Seuss meets #endPJ paralysis, Amelia will present her patient
information book “Get dressed, Get moving, Get better!”
of subacute reports (mainly Rehab and GEM) cover:
- SNAP Top 10
Inpatient Specialty Briefings
Inpatient Briefings Care Type
Acquired Complications Report – Subacute Services
- CHADx Analysis
- Feed In
- All Care Type Analysis
It is hoped though that the information
contained in the Subacute Care benchmarking reports will be a useful tool for
understanding subacute services within your organisation and how it compares to
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