Concurrent session speakers presentations

Tuesday 24 June 2014

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Concurrent session one: Implementing Activity Based Funding: A clinician’s perspective

Concurrent session two: The building blocks of Activity Based Funding – high quality coding and costing information

  • Capabilities for Activity Based Management – This presentation is not available for publishing 
    Mr Matthew Swanborough, PwC and Julia Strelitz, PwC
  • Cost impact of hospital acquired diagnoses
    Ms Deniza Mazevska, Health Policy Analysis; Jim Pearse, Australian Health Services Research Institute, University of Wollongong and Health Policy Analysis; Akira Hachigo, Health Policy Analysis; and Terri Jackson, Northern Clinical Research Centre, University of Melbourne

Concurrent session three: Hospital case studies – Implementing Activity Based Funding at the hospital level

Concurrent session four: Subacute care in an Activity Based Funding setting

  • Subacute care funding and transition to Activity Based Funding
    Andy Wu, Department of Health, Western Australia

Wednesday 25 June 2014

Concurrent session five: The building blocks of Activity Based Funding: High quality coding and costing information

  • PORTAL or TARDIS?
    Julia Heberle, NSW Ministry of Health and Judy Rong, NSW Ministry of Health
  • Bringing efficiency and additional controls to the costing process – This presentation is not available for publishing 
    Julia Strelitz, PwC and Laila Qasem, PwC

Concurrent six: Hospital case studies: Implementing Activity Based Funding at the hospital level

  • Length of stay and cost impact of hospital acquired diagnoses: multiplicative model for South Eastern Sydney Local Health District – T
    A/Prof Dominic Dawson, South Eastern Sydney Local Health District; Jenny McNamee, University of Wollongong; and Michael Navakatikyan University of Wollongong
  • Activity Based Funding to Activity Based Management – Implementation at the Local Health District level – This presentation is not available for publishing 
    A/Prof Dominic Dawson, South Eastern Sydney Local Health District and Karen Foldi, South Eastern Sydney Local Health District

Concurrent seven: Reviewing classifications to effectively enable Activity Based Funding

  • Principles for splitting Adjacent Diagnosis Related Groups (ADRGs) – This presentation in not available for publishing 
    Dr Qingsheng Zhou, National Centre for Classification in Health, University of Sydney; Philip Hoyle, National Centre for Classification in Health, University of Sydney; Vera Dimitropoulos, National Centre for Classification in Health, University of Sydney; and Richard Madden, National Centre for Classification in Health, University of Sydney

Concurrent session eight: The building blocks of Activity Based Funding: High quality coding and costing information session two