Clients

CGA has helped a range of clients from national and state based not-for-profits, government, and socially responsible commercial companies with a variety of projects. We provide examples of some of the projects we have helped our clients to achieve.

Nursing and Midwifery Office,
Ministry of Health

• Essentials of Care program review

• Outcome framework development

• Strategic planning for the future of the program

National eHealth Project

• Plan and implement the national eHealth record system
  within the Aboriginal health sector

• Government advocacy for future investment

• Policy, procedure and communications material development

Mental Health Division

• Support local Working Groups in implmentation
  planning and action for servcie reform

• Provide leadership devlopment and coaching to
  middle and senior management team

Cancer Informatics

• Local enagemet of stakeholders around clinical 
  inarmatice needs

• Identifying opportunites to improve clinician and
  client level data

• Fostering relationships to international best practcie
  in clincial informatics

Testimonials

Primary health service development

• Servcie delivery model design and implementaion
  planning - Interim Dubbo Aborignal Medical Servcie

• Transition planning support for Aborignal community
  managed health servcies

• Community engagement and communications planning

National eHealth Transition Authority

• Mental health sector engagement surrounding
  the national eHealth record system

• Marketing an communication planning
  to demonstrate eHealth benefits

"CGA assisted the NACCHO /  AMSANT National eHealth Project immeasurably. The project was of a 12 month duration from July 2012 – July 2013, with the goal of producing foundations resources for the Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services (ACCHS) sector to implement the requirements for the national eHealth record system and then assist ACCHSs with participating in the system... CGA were found to be extremely knowledgeable and proficient with the activities that they undertook for the AMSANT eHealth project, and as a result will continue to be employed to assist in the following implementation of the ICT/eHealth deployment plan in the ACCHS sector."

Greg Henscke, Program Manager, National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander eHealth Project