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Past events

November 2015 – Linking data for better healthcare performance measurement

BHI and the UNSW Centre for Primary Health Care and Equity hosted a special event on Linking data for better healthcare performance measurement.

The keynote address was delivered by Dr Rick Glazier, Senior Scientist and Program Lead of Primary Care and Population Health at the Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences, Canada. Dr Glazier discussed using linked data to measure performance at the healthcare system and clinical practice level in Canada, and provided examples of how these linkages had occurred.

A panel of national experts provided a local perspective including Professor Louisa Jorm, UNSW Centre for Big Data Research in Health, Elizabeth Comino, UNSW Centre for Primary Health Care and Equity and Katie Irvine, Centre for Health Record Linkage.

  Materials from the event

Speaker

Topic

Materials

Dr Jean-Frederic Levesque
Chief Executive, Bureau of Health Information

Welcome and introduction
New BHI report - Data Matters

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Dr Rick Glazier
Senior Core Scientist Program Lead
The Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences

Using linked data to measure performance at the healthcare system and clinical practice level in Canada: putting primary healthcare in the picture

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December 2014 - Health performance reporting – past, present and future

On 8 December 2014 BHI hosted a special fifth anniversary event with a theme of Health performance reporting – past, present and future.

The event featured Justice Peter Garling, author of the Final Report of the Special Commission of Inquiry into Acute Care Services in NSW Public Hospitals and Dr Nick Goodwin, CEO, International Foundation for Integrated Care.

  Materials from the event

Video, transcripts and slides can be downloaded by accessing the links below.

Speaker

Topic

Materials

Professor Bruce Armstrong AM
BHI Board Chair and Emeritus Professor of Public Health in the Sydney School of Public Health, University of Sydney

Welcome and introduction
The evolution of BHI during the first five years

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The Hon Justice Peter Garling RFD
Judge of the Supreme Court of NSW
Author of the Final Report of the Special Commission of Inquiry into Acute Care Services in NSW Public Hospitals

Reflection on BHI as an instrument to support accountability and quality improvement in health systems

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Ms Amanda Larkin*
Chief Executive, South West Sydney Local Health District

Thoughts on BHI’s establishment as a pillar

 

Professor David Currow
Chief Cancer Officer and Chief Executive Officer, Cancer Institute NSW

Thoughts on BHI’s establishment as a pillar

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Dr Jean-Frederic Levesque, MD, PhD
Chief Executive, Bureau of Health Information

Where to next for health performance reporting

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Dr Nick Goodwin,PhD
CEO, International Foundation for Integrated Care

Measuring performance to support systems’ integration

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* Verbal presentation with no associated PowerPoint slides

 

June 2014 - Re-Engineering Care for 21st Century High Performance Health Systems

This event featured Cathy Schoen, Senior Vice President of the Commonwealth Fund. Cathy used results from the Commonwealth Fund’s annual International Health Policy surveys plus US examples to illustrate the potential to re-design health care in the 21st century with a focus on primary care linked to a continuum of care.

She shared insights gleaned from three of the Commonwealth Fund’s recent international surveys that compare Australia with 10 other countries. Cathy also highlighted examples of care system innovation and improvement.

  Materials from the event

 

 

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