92297 Health Systems and Change6cp; Forms of attendance in this subject have changed to enable social distancing and reduce the risks of spreading COVID-19 in our community. Consequently, the Subject Outline information for this subject has changed. Details of the changes are published in an addendum to the Subject Outline which is available on UTSOnline.
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Anti-requisite(s): 96329 Health Systems and Change
Not offered in 2021
Health systems worldwide are facing increasing pressure to improve their efficiency and effectiveness while delivering safe, high quality and patient-centred care. Most countries accept that existing models of health care delivery are not sustainable for future decades, resulting in modern health services engaging in large system changes. This subject assists students to develop knowledge and skills in understanding and adapting health systems to achieve efficiency and effectiveness. The subject initially examines a range of change theories that can be applied to the healthcare environment as well as relevant leadership theories within the context of change. Finally, the subject focuses on national health reform and a range of service improvement approaches and tools such as lean thinking, clinical process mapping and patient flow analysis. A number of recent initiatives are presented that explain how to implement change at national, corporate, statewide and health care organisation levels.
Autumn session, City campus
Spring session, City campus
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- Subject EFTSL: 0.125