This report presents the third evaluation of the Lumos Program, and documents the evolution of state-wide scale up to deliver a well-established enduring and representative linked data asset, made possible through continued collaboration with multiple stakeholders.
This report presents the second evaluation of the establishment of Lumos as a key data asset made possible through the collaboration of multiple stakeholders.
Lumos Evaluation Report 2 reports progress of the program against its ambitions at the end of the third year of its funding.
The interim evaluation of Lumos was completed at the end of 2021. The
Lumos Evaluation Report 1 provides progress of the Lumos program against its short-term milestones and towards its key objectives as at the second half of 2021.
Lumos Data Governance Framework was published in September 2021. It is designed to ensure that data management across the Lumos program is aligned with the aims of Lumos and complies with relevant requirements, build public trust in Lumos, guide Lumos stakeholders in their data-related decision making, and establish responsibilities and accountabilities.
Lumos Monitoring and Evaluation Framework was published in September 2021. It describes the program aims, evaluation questions, evaluation domains, implementation approach and data sources for assessing the impact of the Lumos program. The program evaluation will be performed annually for three years with an annual report provided after each evaluation.
Lumos Progress Report - Year 1 was published in December 2020 by the Lumos program team. It details the Lumos program and implementation during the first scale-up year.
An article from the Lumos program was accepted in the BMJ Integrated Care Journal in April 2021.
Lumos: A state-wide data program in linking general practice data to guide system redesign describes the establishment of the Lumos program, keys to success, and evaluates the demographic representativeness of participants in the first scale-up linkage.
The Australian Government Productivity Commission released
Innovations in Care for Chronic Health Conditions in March 2021. This report explores innovative approaches for managing chronic health conditions, and Lumos is featured as a data linkage case-study on pages 133-136.