Quality improvement

COORDINARE is committed to fostering quality in general practice and our quality activities are designed to guide and support improvements to patient and systems management. Practices can choose from quality initiatives that range from practical self-assessment checklists through to whole-of-practice review.

Support for practice quality improvement targets five domains:

  • building capacity within primary care
  • quality and safety – improving efficiency and effectiveness
  • meaningful use of data to drive care at the practice level
  • digital health and use of technology
  • clinical networks and workforce development.

COORDINARE’s QI tools and resources below will assist your practice to improve practice workflow processes, use technology and patient data more effectively, make improvements in the delivery of care, and improve patient participation in their care.

Quality Improvement 'recipes' - there are useful one page QI recipes to assist your practice support enhance patient care. These include: 

Patient Centred Medical Home - there are tools available that can help your practice progress towards a Patient Centred Medical Home model of care.

Immunisation quality initiative - provides useful tools and a plan to help practices review their immunisation quality and safety, click here to find out more. Contact your Health Coordination Consultant or phone COORDINARE on 1800 069 002.

Cancer screening quality initiative - provides useful tools and a plan to help practices review their cancer screening quality and safety, click here to find out more. Contact your Health Coordination Consultant or phone COORDINARE on 1800 069 002.

HealthPathways - a free web-based portal designed to support health professionals in planning patient care through primary and secondary health care systems within the local region. Visit our HealthPathways page for more information.   

GP Clusters - a great way to network with peers, access continuing professional development and have your input into designing systems and pathways that are efficient and easy to use. Find out more here.