Care Coordination Survey

Closed 26 Mar 2015

Opened 24 Feb 2015


This survey is being conducted by the WA Department of Health on care coordination for people with disability, with a specific focus on coordination of support for consumer health and wellbeing. It will inform the development of a report and recommendations on health-related care coordination being prepared by the WA Disability Health Network.  

Support for consumer health and wellbeing is broadly defined for the purposes of this survey, and includes:

  • inpatient, outpatient and emergency hospital care
  • community nursing (such as wound care, oxygen therapy, continence management, stoma care)
  • community physiotherapy and non-hospital rehabilitation
  • primary care
  • services which advise on, provide, and maintain aids and equipment which support health and function
  • in-home, residential and community services which assist with maintenance of adequate nutrition, hygiene, medication management, pressure care, transport to health-related appointments
  • disease management education and support including timely linkage of consumers to appropriate health care when there is a change in health status

We are seeking feedback from people who are involved in providing services to people with disability, their families and carers across the lifespan. This may be in any sector including health, disability or aged care. Please complete the survey in the context of the program or service you deliver.

All the information you provide will remain private and confidential. All responses will remain anonymous.

Participation is voluntary. You can withdraw at any time during the survey, up until the time that you submit your answers at the end of the survey.

The survey closes at 5pm on Thursday 26 March 2015. On average it takes around 20 minutes to complete.

The responses you provide will be very useful in helping us obtain a picture of care coordination in Western Australia for people with disability.

If you have any queries about the survey or project or for further information please contact Health Strategy and Networks at or phone (08) 9222 0200.

Thank you for participating in the survey.


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