Strategic Plan

Inner East Primary Care Partnership Strategic Plan 2017 – 2021

Our new strategic pillars and key focus areas have been developed in collaboration with our partners and are the foundation for achieving our vision, mission, and core purpose of making a positive difference to health and wellbeing within the Inner East catchment through collaborative effort.

The Inner East PCP Executive Committee endorsed the new strategic plan in October 2017.

Pillar 1: Guide shared strategy and measurement

1.1  Strategic directions and priorities: We will support partners to develop strategic directions, shared priorities and support the development of strong authorising environments
1.2  Collective impact and shared outcomes: We will support partners to align and evaluate their work and report on shared priorities, goals, objectives, impact and outcome measures
1.3  Research and evidence: We will support partners to undertake evidence based action through promoting research and academic partnerships

Pillar 2: Lead and coordinate

2.1  Planning, integration and coordination: We will facilitate partnership effectiveness by leading integrated planning and coordination in response to identified needs and gaps
2.2  Cross-sectoral collaboration: We will provide backbone support to build sustainable and enduring partnerships that draw on individual and collective strengths and minimise duplication
2.3  Strategic stakeholder engagement: We will strategically engage with decision makers in order to understand, interpret and act upon policy and funding directions and translate this into the local context for our partners

Pillar 3: Advocate and influence

3.1  Access and equity: We will provide leadership together with our partners to respond to access and equity gaps for vulnerable groups
3.2  Primary prevention: We will clearly articulate and use our role as primary prevention experts to improve systems and health environments, and address the structural and social determinants of health
3.3  Supporting sector reforms: We will work with local, regional and state-wide partners to respond to the impacts of sector reforms

Pillar 4: Support partner and community capacity building

4.1  Community leadership and engagement: We will support partners in the development of community leadership, and build workforce capacity in co-design
4.2  Workforce capability: We will enhance workforce capability by providing expertise and training that supports best practice
4.3  Communications and technology: We will provide value to partners through linking to and sharing information, resources, expertise and technology
4.4  Organisational sustainability: We will develop and support the ongoing sustainability of the wider partnership and PCP platform

 

 

 

We acknowledge the Wurundjeri people and other peoples of the Kulin nation as the traditional owners of the land on which our work in the community takes place. We pay our respects to their Elders past and present.