Taking Care of Business: Corporate Services for Indigenous Primary Health Care Services – Overview Report, a Summary Report and Case Studies – Lowitja Institute – August 2011

Posted on August 22, 2011. Filed under: Aboriginal TI Health, Health Economics, Health Mgmt Policy Planning, Primary Hlth Care | Tags: |

Taking Care of Business: Corporate Services for Indigenous Primary Health Care Services – Overview Report, a Summary Report and Case Studies – Lowitja Institute – August 2011

These reports are products of the Support Systems Project, which focused on corporate support for Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services (ACCHSs). The project will also produce a web tool, which will be available soon.

The Overview Report highlights the capacity of the ACCHS sector to develop innovative solutions to difficult issues while working in a quickly changing environment.  It was written by Kate Silburn, Alister Thorpe and Ian Anderson. A four page Summary Report is also available.

The Case Studies focuses specifically on existing models for sharing corporate services and highlights the different ways those working in the sector have developed strategies for addressing their specific needs.  They were written by Kate Silburn, Alister Thorpe and Ian Anderson with Bila Muuji Health Services Incorporated, Central Australian Aboriginal Congress, Katherine West Health Board, and Queensland Aboriginal and Islander Health Council.

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