WA MORBID OBESITY MODEL OF CARE THE BIGGER PICTURE Presented by: Professor Jeff Hamdorf Ms Karina Moore Health Networks Branch Outline What is the bigger picture? Let’s look at morbid obesity Synergistic therapeutic approaches Impact on Chronic Disease
WA MORBID OBESITY MODEL OF CARE
THE BIGGER PICTURE
Professor Jeff Hamdorf
Ms Karina Moore
Health Networks Branch
What is the bigger picture?
Using the bigger picture model to manage better.
Projected Prevalence of Obesity by 2025
Australian settlers 150 years ago were 2.3 times more active than today’s office workers, with energy expenditures equivalent to walking 8 - 16 Km more each day
Egger GJ et al. Med J Aust 2001
Coronary heart disease
Congestive heart failure
Type 2 diabetes
Cancer (breast, endometrial,
Gray DS. Med Clin North Am. 1989;73(1):1–13.
40 - 60 mL pouch
Restriction + satiety
O’Brien, Dixon Brown ANZJS 2004
An excellent means of forging new relationships with a much wider range of people and organisations to:
Who Is Involved?
State Health Executive Forum
Executive Director Health Policy and Clinical Reform
Health Network Lead
SHEF sub-committee Health Network Leads Forum
Health Network Exec Advisory Group
research group, academic,
commonwealth sector & state sector
What Networks Do?
Performance indicators across the system are driven by the Health Networks
Health Networks lead and facilitate the development of evidence based policy
Strategic and operational planning for health and health service delivery is informed by Health Network advice
Working together to
create a healthy WA
Health Networks provide opportunities to develop systems and work practices that improve clinical expertise and encourage best use of both physical and intellectual resources
Health Networks provide stakeholders with opportunities for leadership.
Opportunities to improve clinical workforce support, teaching and training are identified and advised upon
Health Networks align with the DOH (WA) Strategic Intent, focusing on the promotion of health and wellbeing
16 Networks so far…
The right care for the right person at the right time in the right place with the right team.
Model of Care
Health care services required to satisfy all consumer needs in the appropriate setting.
Principles, guidelines and criteria for health care services.
Integration of health care services in a seamless manner along the entire care continuum (evidence based pathways).
Health Networks (GPs, Consumers, etc)
Early Detection &
(eg National Service Improvement)
Continuity of Care
(eg Ambulatory Care)
Severe Fragility & Environmental Condition
Think tank to Workshop
Expert Reference Groups – Feb 08
From policy to patient
Model of Care
Health Care Services Required
Guidelines and Criteria
Refinement of Clinical Service Framework
Planning – Strategic
Development of Proof of Concept
AHS in consultation with Health Networks
Information & Communications Technology
Equipment and Resources
Planning – Operational Deployment
Local Implementation Model
Eg Multipurpose Health Care Facilities
Community Health Care Practitioners
Contact Prof Jeff Hamdorf or Ms Karina Moore via:
Department of Health (WA)
Health Network Branch
PO Box 8172
Perth WA 6849
Link to the web version of the Morbid Obesity Model of Care:
- ‘Models of Care’