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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2018 Week 13 Hansard (29 November) . . Page.. 5216 ..


c. The main objectives/deliverables of this engagement were:

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benchmarking of the service model and model of care;

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develop the staff profile - clinical and non-clinical;

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assess the impact of decommissioning existing services being transferred to UCPH, :

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the cost of any duplication of services during the early operational phase for UCPH;

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the Canberra Hospital and Health Services budget and operations including:

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the cost of the quantum of budget to be transferred to the new facility

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staff profiles (clinical and non-clinical);

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existing physical facilities and equipment; and

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existing contracts for services;

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the Calvary Public Hospital budget and operations including:

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the Performance Agreement and funding

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staff associated with the delivery of services to be transferred (clinical and non-clinical); and

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existing physical facilities.

d. No former employees of ACT Health involved in the delivery of these services.

(5)

a. Please refer to contract 2015.27424.210 on the ACT Government Contracts Register for all contract information that is not considered confidential text in accordance with the Government Procurement Act 2001 (ACT).

b. Early in the engagement project timeframes were altered to allow the consultants to develop and gather incomplete project planning documentation and to support the organisation in development of Project Plans for key project priorities.

c. The Integrated Program Management Office (IPMO) was established to support existing clinical areas in the delivery of organisational project priorities. The IPMO implemented a project management framework for delivery of projects, supported clinical areas in establishing good project management practice and assisted in the development of project management capability within the organisation. The intention of the IPMO scope was to develop in-house maturity and capability in project management which was assessed as an area requiring development.

d. No former employees of ACT Health involved in the delivery of these services.

Canberra Hospital—radiology department (Question No 1738)

Mrs Dunne asked the Minister for Health and Wellbeing, upon notice, on 21 September 2018:

(1) In relation to the answer given to a question without notice taken on notice on 31 July 2018 about staff shortages in the radiology department at The Canberra Hospital, how many additional nurses were recruited for the overnight nurse roster.

(2) On what dates did those nurses start duties.


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