How will you keep on top of what needs to happen?
Achieving the Emergency Treatment Performance Target is complicated. You will be juggling a variety of issues, solutions and people across multiple settings and disciplines. It is therefore very easy lose track of important goals and deadlines.
Project management is about using tools and skills to meet specific time, quality, cost and resource objectives for your projects.
By taking a systematic approach to defining, planning, executing, monitoring and controlling your Whole of Health Program strategies, you will be more likely to succeed. Using project plans and timelines will help you to keep on top of things.
Achieving emergency treatment performance will require a 'whole of health' approach to ensure that we provide timely, safe, high quality care at every step of the patient's journey across the care continuum.
The right place, right treatment, right time, every time.
Tools and resources
- Strategic Guide for Recovery Management
This strategic guide focuses on supporting the development of a recovery plan to improve performance against non-performing or underperforming key performance indicators.
- Redesign project management plans
These examples from the Centre for Healthcare Redesign at the Agency for Clinical Innovation provide comprehensive plans that summarise your project objectives, relevant background, the case for change, scope, basic project strategy and risks.
- Risk and issue log template [113 KB]
Use this tool to document and monitor the risks and issues that could have a negative impact on your project.