Reducing waiting time for outpatient and community services
This seminar will explore a data-driven approach to reducing waiting time for outpatient and community services
- Thursday 22 July 2021 10:00 am until Thursday 22 July 2021 10:00 am (Add to calendar)
- Robert Macmahon
- Presented by:
- Associate Professor Katherine Harding
- Type of Event:
Waiting lists are often thought to be inevitable in healthcare, but strategies that address patient flow by reducing complexity, combining triage with initial management, and/or actively managing the relationship between supply and demand can work.
This seminar, presented by Dr Katherine Harding, will explore a data-driven approach to reducing waiting time for outpatient and community services.
Dr Katherine Harding is an Occupational Therapist and Health Services Researcher, working as a Principal Research Fellow and Manager of the Allied Health Clinical Research Office at Eastern Health, one of La Trobe University's Academic Health Collaborative's sites. She provides research training and support to allied health professionals at Eastern Health and has a strong research interest in improving access to ambulatory and community-based health services.
This seminar is part of the ARCH monthly online Public Health Seminar Series on Zoom. Zoom link.
This seminar is hosted by the Eastern Health ARCH site.
Learn more about how the Academic and Research Collaborative in Health (ARCH) is delivering better healthcare outcomes for Australians on our website.
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