Collaborative Care


Working in partnership with the patient, Collaborative Care describes a way of working which involves community, primary and secondary health services working together to proactively manage and plan for complex needs. Coordinating input into shared care plans allows for improved communication and real time information. The shared care plans are accessed through HealthOne and Health Connect South.

To promote and encourage integrated, patient centred care in Canterbury, the Collaborative Care team’s current activities include facilitation of collaboration, sharing of lessons learnt across general practice, facilitating collaboration across secondary, primary and community services, education and encouraging the use of Acute Plans and Personalised Care Plans.

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Acute Plan Information Sheet

  • 15/07/2016 22:50:00
Following the improved Acute Plan templates released last week, the Collaborative Care team has released updated information sheets about Acute Plans for primary and secondary care. View the information sheet online and/or contact the Collaborative Care team.
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Shared care plan improvements further support clinicians to work together

Shared care plan improvements further support clinicians to work together

  • 14/07/2016 02:52:00
Care planning significantly improves patient outcomes by recording and sharing the actions that the patient and their health professionals recommend when they are really unwell or towards the end of life. The ability for Canterbury's health professionals to work together in the care of people has become even easier today with improvements in accessibility and usability of care plan templates.
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