Subacute Care

Why Participate?

  • Benchmark with your peers to understand how your sub-acute services compare 

  • Identify opportunities for improvement in patient care, counting, coding, and costing sub-acute patients

  • Share issues and innovations with your colleagues

  • Develop practical action plans to improve your service


Select Optional Activity B12 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

3 April 2019
Jan - Dec 2018 reports on website

24 August 2019
Meeting agenda finalised

11 September 2019
Pre-meeting survey circulated

10 November 2019 
July 2018 - June 2019 Reports on website

14 November 2019 
Briefing packages distributed to members

20 - 21 November 2019 
Subacute Care Workshop - Brisbane

Subacute Care Improvement Group

Sub Acute Care Improvement Group

20 & 21 November 2019, Brisbane

Meeting Code HRT1917

The Subacute Improvement Group aim is to improve the provision of high quality care by sharing information on implementing innovative and effective practice.

This group is dedicated to connecting data and service providers across the system to ensure Subacute services deliver “the right care to the right people at the right time”. This year's Subacute Improvement Group will continue the progress made in previous meetings by:
  • Developing specific sub-acute benchmarking reports that focus on quality and safety of patients
  • Examining and benchmarking different models of care
  • Collecting and benchmarking a consistent and complete data set of SNAP coded patient data
  • Measuring and benchmarking performance across the total patient journey including ED, acute, Subacute and outpatient care
  • Working with key partners

  • The Subacute Improvement Group meeting is an excellent forum for discussion and a great opportunity to hear from leading experts in the field and share innovations from our membership. We hope you can join this growing group and share your wisdom as well as gaining new knowledge from your peers.

    What do you need to do?
    • Designate an executive sponsor to act as a key liaison with The Health Roundtable on meeting attendance, data and survey submissions, definitions, practices and policies.
    • Regularly review updated reports and ensure distribution in your organisation.
    • Report progress on current Aim Statements and improvement plans.
    • Identify an innovative idea for implementation to improve patient outcomes.
    • Organise a delegation of up to four people to attend the annual workshop.
    What does The Health Roundtable do?
    • Produces periodic reports highlighting sub-acute performance within the total patient journey.
    • Invites expert speakers who can share innovative ideas on key topics for workshops.
    • Facilitates the annual meeting and assists in identifying and sharing innovative practices.
    • Provides ongoing support around data and reports

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