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Successes & Challenges

CSGPN's Immunisation project generates positive results and consistently makes improvements to reaching our target of 90% coverage for children.

We have good working relationships with other GP organisations and immunisation providers and stakeholder who are always happy to work on projects with us.

 

The main barrier we face is convincing some of our smaller practices that putting time and effort into best practice systems management of immunisation will yield results that support all the community and their general practice. The practice will experiences better GPII rates and be rewarded fiscally.

Patients will have less issues with following up about missing data on their children.





Indicators within this National Focus Area

National Indicators
GPII 1 The number and proportion of GPII practices within the Division that achieve 90% or greater immunisation coverage (please use the May quarter).

This will be used for a trend analysis. The May quarter will be used so the information is available in time for the preparation of the 12 month report. When reporting, Divisions may wish to provide text, where relevant, to explain any significant changes in data compared to the previous year.

Activities & Approaches in Annual Plan for reference only (not editable in Report)
Results against this Indicator
GPII 2 Evidence of promoting best practice in child immunisation for all general practices within the boundaries. This may include:
  • Promotion and dissemination of up-to-date information and resources;
  • Support for implementation of vaccine management (i.e. cold chain) procedures;
  • Development and implementation of strategies to encourage information sharing within the Division and across the Divisions network;
  • Support for educational activities; and
  • Liaison with relevant stakeholders.

Divisions should plan to report on health promotion activities for all general practices (not just practices participating in the GPII) within the Divisional boundaries.

Activities & Approaches in Annual Plan for reference only (not editable in Report)
Results against this Indicator
GPII 3 Evidence of promoting data quality for reporting child immunisation. This may include:
  • Support for data cleaning activities; e.g. by reconciling ACIR reports with the practice patient immunisation data;
  • Development and implementation of strategies for improving timeliness and quality of data forwarded by general practices to the ACIR.
[see also DGPP Prevention 3]

Divisions should plan to report on activities related to immunisation data (not including electronic transfers, which are reported against a National Performance Indicator).

Activities & Approaches in Annual Plan for reference only (not editable in Report)
Results against this Indicator
GPII 4 Evidence of development and implementation of strategies that support general practices within the boundaries in managing groups of children identified as being difficult to immunise. This may include (where applicable):
  • Indigenous children;
  • Children in remote areas (ASGC-RA 4 and 5);
  • Children not born in Australia; and
  • Children of conscientious objectors.
[see also DGPP Prevention 2]

Divisions should use this space to identify ‘hard to reach groups’ relevant to their Division and report on associated activities.
Activities may include support for GPs in managing hard to reach groups (e.g. encouraging registration of conscientious objection) as well as direct targeting of hard to reach groups (e.g. the Division sponsors a clinic aimed at vaccinating a specific community group)

Activities & Approaches in Annual Plan for reference only (not editable in Report)
Results against this Indicator


Created: Aug 24 2011 02:46 AM (UTC), By: Ms Sue Moxon
Last Updated: Sep 29 2011 01:22 AM (UTC), By: Ms Sue Moxon

 

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