Early Intervention & Integrated Care 2014 - 2017
A three-year plan that aims to create seamless health and wellbeing services that are accessible for everyone across the G21 region has been adopted after months of planning and consultation.
The G21 Region Early Intervention and Integrated Care Plan 2014-17 produces a regional vision, strategic directions and actions which will strengthen and enhance early intervention, integrated care and consumer and community empowerment in the delivery of health care for those that suffer from complex or chronic conditions.
Five principles have directed the development of the plan:
- People are at the centre of service provision.
- Collaboration between service providers is valued and integral to coordinated, quality service delivery.
- Everyone is respected, valued and supported to manage their health and wellbeing.
- Everyone has a right to understand, and have access to, health information.
- Everyone has the right to access the right care, at the right time, at the right place.
The plan consists of three components; a Project Report, a Research and Literature Review and an Action Plan. The project was guided by a Reference Group comprise of key health, community, government organisations and consumers across the G21 region.
Click here to view the G21 Region Early Intervention and Integrated Care Project Report
Click here to view the G21 Region Early Intervention and Integrated Care Action Plan
Click here to view the G21 Region Early Intervention and Integrated Care Literature