Building quality in the delivery of integrated care; supporting community partnerships

Mater has long been a leader in integrating care. The Mater/UQ Centre for Integrated Care and Innovation was established at Mater in August 1994, was jointly funded by the Sisters of Mercy and Queensland Health. Since 2001, it has been supported by the Sisters of Mercy and external funding from project work and consultancy services, and is aligned with its sister unit the Centre for Health System Reform and Integration and Mater Research. In line with the Mater Group Strategy and Mater Health Clinical Service Plan, the Centre continues to respond to changing community needs, in partnership with key stakeholders, focusing on building systems to provide effective healthcare to individuals and communities.

Mater/UQ Centre for Integrated Care and Innovation actively work toward their vision to build quality in the delivery of integrated care by supporting Mater’s partnership with its community.

Our work

Research and evaluation

The Centre aims to provide direction and support for Mater Health to fulfil its mission of providing a holistic approach to healthcare in response to changing community needs. This includes developing corporate models that assist in building capacity to provide effective and efficient healthcare to individuals and communities.

System capacity building
eHealth
Workforce development
Clinical care

Contact

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Location

Mater/UQ Centre for Integrated Care and Innovation
Level 2 Aubigny Place, Raymond Terrace, Mater Hill
South Brisbane QLD 4101

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