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Taking care of business web tool: a guide for assessment, implementation and adaption of strategies for corporate and business administration functions in Indigenous Primary Health Care Services

by Lowitja Institute

Electronic source
Year 2012
Publisher Lowitja Institute
Last update 2012
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Abstract

The Taking care of business web tool provides a guide for assessment, implementation, and adaption of strategies for corporate and business administration functions in Indigneous primary health care services.

It is based on information contributed by participants and research undertaken for the Support systems for Indigenous primary health care services project and can be used by services to assist in the decision-making process in relation to seeking support for corporate functions.

The tool follows five steps:

  1. assessment
  2. support required
  3. decision making and strategic planning
  4. networks
  5. developing a model.

Steps 1, 2 and 3 are designed as a guide for organisational assessment of current corporate support strategies.

Steps 4 and 5 assist organisations to identify potential opportunities for strengthening corporate support systems by enhancing partnerships with other services or
networks, and provide examples of various potential models. The steps can be used to work within the organisation and to inform how to work with others.

The tool is intended as a guide for the assessment of your service's management of corporate functions. The information supplied is of a general nature and services need to consider their own circumstances in more detail when using this tool.

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