Closing date: 9am, Monday 16th November 2020
Queensland Health, Clinical Excellence Queensland (CEQ)
Clinical Excellence Queensland is seeking up to ten (10) consumers to review patient information available to the public via the Health Provider Portal (HPP) website, the revised consent model whereby patients are able to opt to not have their public healthcare information available to private health practitioners, and to provide advice on marketing opportunities to ensure patients are aware of their right to opt out.
From mid-2017, Queensland General Practitioners (GPs) have had secure online access via the HPP to patient healthcare information from Queensland’s public hospitals. CEQ is currently expanding access to include private Nurses, Midwives, Specialists and Paramedics.
Private health practitioner’s access to key public healthcare information for the patients under their care in the community, gained through the expansion of Queensland Health’s HPP, bridges the information gap between Queensland’s private health practitioners and public hospitals to help ensure patients receive consistent, timely and better coordinated care.
Role of the consumer
The role of the successful consumers will be to review HPP patient resources and the opt-out process and provide feedback and advice to CEQ via email, Teams or phone. (more…)
Closing date: 9am Thursday 5 November, 2020
Queensland Department of Health
The Department of Health is providing (1) one health consumer representative a unique opportunity to be part of an Integrated Commissioning and Health Needs Working Group (ICHNWG) to oversee and support health needs-based integrated commissioning work across Queensland Health.
ICHNWG is a working group that is accountable to the System Management advisory Committee (SMC) which is a Tier 2, Queensland Health Governance System Committee. (Please contact us for more information about the Queensland Health System Governance Chart – Tier 2 Committees).
Queensland Health is committed to improving health care services for all people and addressing health inequity and vulnerability across the State. Identifying priority areas of unmet need is a significant step in supporting investment based on population need within a region. Undertaking a thorough health needs assessment will help inform a more equitable integrated commissioning approach, where investment is allocated to areas of greatest need.
The group will comprise approximately 10 other members, including Departmental representatives, HHS executive planners, Health and Wellbeing Queensland and consumer representation.
See draft Terms of Reference for information. (more…)
Closing date: 9am Friday 30 October 2020
Queensland Department of Health
The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, Rheumatic Heart Disease Action Plan 2018- 2021 (the Action Plan) team based within the Cairns and Hinterland Hospital and Health Service would like to work with people who have Rheumatic Heart Disease (RHD), their carers or parents. This is an opportunity to take part in the development of services for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander patients with Rheumatic Heart Disease across Queensland.
The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, Rheumatic Heart Disease Action Plan 2018-2021 was launched by the Minister for Health on 5 June 2018 and funded through the Making Tracks Investment Strategy.
The Action Plan sets priorities and actions that Queensland Health and its partners will take to reduce the impact of both acute rheumatic fever (ARF) and rheumatic heart disease (RHD) on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in Queensland.
We invite you to apply to join the following opportunities to provide advice on the implementation of the Action Plan: The Community of Interest and formal consumer engagement activities (more…)