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Our Strategy

Allied Health Engagement Strategy

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SNHN Strategic Priorities 2018-2023

Our strategic priority areas for 2018-2023 are as follows:

Supporting our community to self-determine and help itself.

    Catalyse change by enabling new approaches to health and healthcare.
    Attract and distribute resources to provide services that people need most.
    Build capacity for all providers of primary healthcare to adopt new tools, deal with disruption and improve outcomes.
    Develop excellence in our operations, our people and our visibility.

To read our Strategic Plan 2018-2023 click here.

Allied Health Engagement Strategy
Our Allied Health Engagement Strategy recognises the importance of Allied Health Professionals in primary health care.
Our strategy details:
  • our commitment to including AHPs in decision-making processes
  • building relationships with local allied health professionals
  • support Allied Health Professionals with digital connectivity
  • facilitate collaboration between Allied Health Professionals, general practice, and the local health system
To read the Allied Health Engagement Strategy click here.
Climate and Health Strategy
Climate change affects people’s health and wellbeing. Australians will experience increasingly severe physical and mental health challenges from climate-related hazards.
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has declared Climate Change ‘the greatest threat to global health in the 21st century’ (World Health Organisation 2015, Climate and Human Health).
The health sector must take action to protect the health of current and future generations.
  • outlines how our organisation considers the impact of climate change on health
  • Defines how operational policies, procedures, and decisions are being adapted
To read the Climate and Health Strategy click here.
Digital Health Strategy
Digital health technologies contribute to the health and well-being of our community.
Our Digital Health Strategy focuses on how we will promote the use of digital health technologies to:
  • improve the health of the population
  • improve individuals experience of care
  • improve provider experience
  • deliver efficient and sustainable care
To read the Digital Health Strategy click here.