Practice 2030 aims to build a network of practices who have a vision for the future, are ready for change and have the strategies to implement and sustain changes. It aligns general practices to the 10 building blocks of high performing practice − an internationally accepted template for the future of general practice.
The road map includes two main elements:
- Baseline analysis of practice systems and the mechanisms to support and consolidate change
- Practice support to identify and develop leadership
Practice 2030 uses the Primary Care Practice Improvement Tool (PC-PIT) assessment tool developed by the University of Queensland – Mater Research Institute. The tool analyses the perception of practice staff against 13 elements relating to systems and processes, and produces a personalised report identifying areas for improvement.
To support and embed change, we worked closely with 15 practices to analyse, review and strategise quality improvement activities through Plan-Do-Study-Act (PDSA) cycles supported by monthly practice visits. A series of workshops and networking opportunities are also held to support leadership/change management, group work and team building.
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