Allied Health

Why Participate?

  • Understand how your Allied Health activity compares with your peers

  • Identify innovative Allied Health strategies that contribute to organisational priorities

  • Share issues and innovations with your colleagues

  • Develop practical action plans to improve your service over the next year


Select Optional Activity B2 on your subscription agreement and return by email to [email protected]


$A5,250 (excl. GST) per group per facility.
Individual delegate venue fees are billed separately.

Timeline and key dates

18 May 2019
Data specification document circulated

7 August 2019
Submit allied health activity data for 2017/18

2 October 2019
Allied Health activity reports on website

23 October 2019
Meeting briefing package distributed

30 & 31 October 2019
Allied Health Improvement Group Meeting

Allied Health Improvement Group

Allied Health Improvement Group

30 & 31 October 2019 - Gold Coast
Meeting Code HRT1914

Our Allied Health Improvement Group, in partnership with the Australasian Allied Health Benchmarking Consortium (AAHBC) has been collecting and comparing Allied Health activity data for over 18 years.  The data is used to drive change and innovation in the delivery of patient care.  In 2017 the theme was "Demand vs Capacity in delivery Allied services for acute patients". We benchmarked 5.1 million Allied Hours of service across 900,000 patients looking for service outliers, trying to help identify if more or less is better.

In 2019 the theme is "What is High- and Low-Value Care in Allied Health".  How do our referrers, co-care providers and patients view our services? Where should we amplify and where should we dis-invest?

Allied Health Improvement Group reporting will focus on Allied Health activity in hospital for Inpatients, Outpatients and ED patients to identify variation. We will encourage discussion on where Allied activity is considerably different from the group average for a cohort of patients in your hospital.

What do you need to do?
  • Designate a liaison representative as a key contact for this group.
  • Provide detailed activity data from your Allied Health system.
  • Use the Allied Health reports to identify differences in practice, and contact other participants to identify innovations in patient care.
  • Select an improvement project based on the data, and share your results with other organisations at the annual meeting.
  • Organise a delegation and attend the annual meeting—up to 4 delegates.
What does The Health Roundtable do?
  • Collect and process your annual Allied Health data.
  • Merge Allied Health data with inpatient episode data to provide a suite of comparative reports.
  • Facilitate the annual meeting to identify innovative practices and encourage action to improve the patient journey.

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