Central Hume Primary Care Partnership

Our Role and Focus

(Cross-Agency Context)

Where we can add value

We have defined the CHPCP role around the imperative need to complement and ‘add value’ to the direct service delivery and health promotion roles of our constituent members. We distinguish between the direct service and project delivery that member agencies partake in and the supportive and collaborating role of the PCP plays.

The PCP is best placed to add value to agency service delivery by undertaking activities that enhance, inform and evaluate services, programs, projects and the interagency service system.

In this context, the CHPCP defines its capacity building role in the areas where it has the greatest potential to “add value” to Member Agencies.

These are focused:

  • At the research/analysis/evidence gathering end;
  • As a facilitator of collaborative planning processes;
  • At the inclusion of quality system improvement mechanisms; and
  • At the post-delivery evaluation/outcomes monitoring end of the spectrum

Strategic Plan 2016-2018

Vision

The CHPCP vision is to improve the health and wellbeing of our communities in Alpine, Benalla, Mansfield and Wangaratta local government areas through strengthening collaboration and integration across sectors, and influencing change.

Strategic Priorities

Our strategic priorities for 2016 to 2018 are:

  • Strengthen collaboration in planning and integrated care
  • Strengthen the local service systems in the CHPCP catchment
  • Increase participation of consumers in health system & aged care system - planning and program design.
 
CHPCP_Strategic_Plan_2016_2018.pdf
Chpcp Strategic Plan 2016 2018.pdf

Strategic planning from previous years

 
CHPCP_Organisational_Chart_as_at_December_2014.pdf
Chpcp Organisational Chart As At December 2014.pdf
CHPCP_strategic_plan_2013_17_Final.pdf
Chpcp Strategic Plan 2013 17 Final.pdf
PCP_Program_Logic_2013_17_FINAL_v02_1.pdf
Pcp Program Logic 2013 17 Final V02 1.pdf