Articles tagged under ‘Value based healthcare’
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Recovery at home — the overARChing intent of an innovative rehab model
An innovative technology-supported model of rehabilitation takes remote therapy to another level. And achieves impressive results for injured workers.
New clinical care standard for low back pain — a story of hope
The new Low Back Pain Clinical Care Standard aims to make sure patients with this common condition get the best outcomes.
Telerehabilitation for spine pain in the lockdown era — not the same, but better
Telerehabilitation on pain and disability in patients with spine pain achieved more improvement than 'hands-on' treatment.
Caring for people with chronic musculoskeletal pain — a paradigm shift to solve a 'super wicked problem'
A new approach to manage chronic musculoskeletal needs many scheme participants to commit to a ‘paradigm shift’.
Work-focused health care: practical suggestions for how to do it
Practical suggestions for how physiotherapists and other healthcare practitioners can provide ‘work focused healthcare’ to help the worker and the workplace.
Did you know? We have principles that help GPs in their role to support work participation
The ‘Principles on the role of the GP in supporting worker participation’ provide guidance to GPs and other work injury scheme participants on how they can work together to support workers’ recovery and RTW.
Webinar recording: Prevalence and patterns of health service use in compensated Australian workers with low back pain
In this webinar, Michael Di Donato reports on his recent research into imaging and opioid use in compensated Australian workers with low back pain.
SIRA answers questions about value-based healthcare
Petrina Casey of SIRA discusses the benefits and challenges of value-based healthcare (VBH) in workers' compensation.
Barriers to VBH
Value-based healthcare promises to improve outcomes and reduce waste in workers’ compensation. What are some potential speed humps along the way?
Making the case for VBH
Seven potential benefits of value-based healthcare (VBH) in the context of workers’ compensation.
Introducing value-based healthcare
Efficient, evidence-based and directed by what matters to patients: what’s not to like about value-based healthcare? (A lot, if you ask some spinal surgeons…)
The terrible two: UNDER-use and OVER-care
Ever wondered why some musculoskeletal injuries don't resolve as quickly as they should?
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Physios and patients give telehealth the thumbs up
Physios and patients who had consultations by videoconference during the COVID-19 pandemic liked that way of providing care.
GLA:D to have an evidence-informed approach for painful knees and hips
An evidence-based physiotherapy program that began in Denmark and was adopted in Australia is seeing impressive results in people with (or who have a high risk of developing) knee and hip osteoarthritis.
‘An epidemic of useless and often harmful care’ — Part 2
Payments for healthcare represent the second largest item of expenditure for Australian workers’ compensation schemes after income replacement. And it’s growing. But what are schemes paying for?
Opportunity to increase value in low back pain care
A single pain management skills session is as effective at reducing pain catastrophising for people with chronic low back pain as eight sessions of CBT.