AHHA Videos & Recordings

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Enabling Person Centred, Team-Based Care

A summary video for AHHA's Enabling Person-Centred Team-Based Care blueprint supplement. The video can be accessed online here, and the paper can be accessed here

Measuring value in new health technology assessments: a focus on robotic surgery in public hospitals

A summary video for the Deeble Institute Brief 'Measuring value in new health technology assessments: a focus on robotic surgery in public hospitals'. Watch the video here or read the brief here.

Deeble Perspectives Brief No. 10: 'Providing telehealth in general practice during COVID-19 and beyond'

Video Summary: Providing telehealth in general practice during COVID-19 and beyond

In Australia, virtual healthcare has traditionally been viewed as a way of enhancing access to care for people living in rural and remote communities. However, at a time when the COVID-19 pandemic has severely restricted patients’ ability to see their GPs, virtual healthcare is now helping to expand access to care to our more vulnerable Australians. In March 2020, new temporary MBS telehealth items were made available which allow GPs to conduct telehealth GP management plans and team care arrangements for the purpose of chronic disease management. While the Government has indicated support for this rebate to continue in the long term, it will be important to anticipate the opportunities that virtual healthcare can provide to the healthcare sector in order to ensure its long-term future. This will require understanding how telehealth service provision can deliver high quality, safe, patient-centred care; and how funding arrangements are able to adapt to the implementation of new technologies. COVID-19 has seen a big change in the experience of receiving and providing healthcare for patients and GPs. Sharing stories of change, and how change has led to better patient outcomes is important.

Deeble Issues Brief No. 34: 'Can value-based health care support health equity' Videos

To read or download the brief, click here.

Video 1 - Introduction:

In our Issues Brief, ‘Can value-based health care support equity?’, we put forward five recommendations for implementing equitable value-based health care reforms. 

Video 2 - Governance:

Governments and public-funded health organisations should establish cross-sector partnerships with health, community, and social services as they implement value-based health care initiatives. 

Video 3 - Funding

To ensure that value-based health care reforms support health equity, we recommend that governments ensure that health funding arrangements are designed to promote action that close these equity gaps and promote value-based care.

Video 4 - Service Design

To close health gaps and achieve greater public value for health investment, healthcare decisions need to be informed and driven by data that correctly identifies health disparities.

Video 5 - Data-Driven Decision Making

To better understand community health needs and develop policy that supports value and equity, data from health, community and social services should be collected,  linked and shared between agencies.

Video 6 - Equitable Access

Rural and remote Australians have poorer health outcomes than their metropolitan counterparts. We recommend that public health investment strategies should seek to make emerging health treatments and technologies available to all Australians, not just to those who live in major cities and can afford them.

Webinar Recordings

You can find all of AHHA's webinar recordings here.