The initial step towards procuring services involves clearly defining the scope and nature of the services to be provided and identifying opportunities for co-design of services.
Co-design is a process of engaging with those who will be affected by a decision about health service provision or an intervention, including community and service providers, and involving them in the decision making process. It is a way of working that focuses on listening and understanding to the experience and skills of those who use, provide or are potential service users to inform and shape health service improvement.
Co-design can be defined as:
"designing and delivering services and systems in an equal and reciprocal relationship between professionals, people using services, their families and their community.1"
An example of Co-design in Mental Health: Commissioning Mental Health Services - A Practical Guide to Co-Design (August 2016)
Past co-design workshops
- Friday 24 March 2017 - co-designing service models in the primary health care setting for people experiencing severe mental illness
- Thursday 23 March 2017 - GPs co-designing service models in the primary health care setting for people experiencing severe mental illness
- Tuesday 14 March 2017 - co-designing service models in the primary health care setting for people experiencing severe mental illness
Co-designing roadmap for CESPHN Regional Child and Youth Health and Wellbeing Plan, this include two stages and two workshops for each stage:
- Stage 1 Wednesday 5 July 2017
- Stage 1 Wednesday 19 July 2017
- Stage 2 Tuesday 15 August 2017
- Stage 2 Wednesday 16 August 2017
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Current tenders and request for proposals
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