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'Central Health Newsletter' brings to you stories, learnings and collaboration opportunities in Central Singapore.

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Issue 13

While value has been central to our care delivery system, how do we define value? The textbook definition of value in healthcare is health outcomes per dollar spent. Outcomes should be measured not just from a provider’s perspective, but also and perhaps more importantly, from the patient’s and client’s. For example, an improved rehabilitation MBI score for the provider should translate to the patient’s ability to walk to the coffee shop.

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Issue 12

As we work together towards building a health system that focuses beyond illness to wellness, there are things already happening in your neighbourhoods to support our residents to live well and age well at home. These building blocks address some of the local health and social needs that our communities require, and allow us to bring integrated care closer to them.

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Issue 11

While we continue to weather the storm that is COVID-19, let us also continue to build healthier, happier communities together as partners in Central Health. Do stay safe and keep vigilant.

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Issue 10

Delivering Better Care to our residents and patients remains at the core of what we do at Central Health, and we look forward to working even more closely together to make a difference to the population we serve.

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Issue 9

Our work in health and social care touches people’s lives. By developing our workforce to be Better People, we can make a difference to the care of our patients and residents, strengthening our cause towards building healthier and happier communities.

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Issue 8

In this first issue of 2021, we take a closer look at the new ways we can work together through the CoC model commissioned by AIC. A number of our partner providers in Central Health have been appointed to anchor care in their neighbourhoods and we have invited them to share how they are developing their CoC.

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Issue 7

In this issue, we take a look at the efforts that our Central Health partners have done to keep our community not just physically fit but also mentally fit during this difficult year.

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Issue 6

In this November issue of the Central Health Newsletter, we are honoured to have the CEOs of Dover Park Hospice and Tsao Foundation share their thoughts on what safety in the community and workplace means to them.

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Issue 5

In this issue, we explore how our partners have enabled their volunteers to continue bringing joy to and engaging residents and clients, often through technology.

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Issue 4

In this issue, we take a look at how a few of our Central Health partners have tapped on technology to change the way they work and how it has made a difference in the everyday lives of the people in our community.

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Issue 3

In this issue, AWWA and NTUC Health share their stories of how they thought out of the box to engage their seniors and caregivers in this time of safe and social distancing.

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Issue 2

In the second issue of the Central Health Newsletter, we look at the efforts by Central Health partners to care for their staff in the midst of the pandemic.

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Issue 1

In this inaugural issue, we share about how the TTSH Community Swab Teams have been working to support our nursing home and home care partners to mitigate the spread of COVID-19.

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2022/06/09
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