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Shared Decision Making

The Eastern Health Experience Jo Gatehouse Director QPI Consumer Participation and Patient Experience

Angliss Box Hill Healesville & Maroondah Peter James Wantirna Yarra Ranges Yarra Valley Hospital Hospital District Hospital Hospital Centre Health Health Turning Spectrum Community Health Point

10 Patient Experience of Care Principles


The patient’s needs, wants, preferences and values are known and taken into account

2. The patient is a partner in decision-making about their care



The patient has access to safe, effective and high quality healthcare delivered by skilled staff There is clear information that helps patients understand and manage their health as independently as possible 5.



Communication is open, honest and respectful, ensures confidentiality and is responsive to individual needs The physical environment promotes healing, is comfortable, clean, safe and allows privacy Staff listen, provide emotional support and treat patients, their families and carers with dignity and compassion 8.


Family and friends are involved in care in accordance with the wishes of the patient Care is well coordinated to ensure that the patient experiences continuity and smooth transitions 10. Meals are enjoyable and nutritious

Eastern Health Standards


• Patients are able to participate in the handover process • Patients and families are involved in the development of care plans and these are written in a language that they can understand • Patients and families are encouraged to participate in discharge planning from the beginning of hospitalisation • Advance care planning principles are utilised as part of the routine clinical management of patients

Eastern Health Standards


• Consumers, and where appropriate carers, are actively involved in decisions about their treatment, care and wellbeing at all stages of the patient experience and will have the appropriate support to do this. • Consumers and carers are provided with information that is easy to understand and based on evidence to help our consumers and carers to make decisions

Principle 2. Are you involved in decisions about your care and treatment as much as you want to be?

100% 90% 80% 70% 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% April - June 2013 July - Sept 2013 Oct - Dec 2013 Jan - March 2014 April - June 2014 Did Not want to be involved % Never % Sometimes % Most of the time % Always %

Complaints data – July 2013 – June 2014


Cancer Supportive Care Screen

Daily Care Planning In General Medicine

Patient Bed Boards