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Digital Dashboard

ELDAC has a work stream looking at technology applications. Digital innovations can support aged care workers in providing palliative care and advance care planning to older people at the end of life. One of our projects is developing a prototype Digital Dashboard focusing on end of life indicators. The dashboard will enable basic data collection around processes relevant to end of life care and provide reporting functions relating to these processes and activities.

About the ELDAC Digital Dashboard

ELDAC Care Model

The ELDAC project team worked with the Flinders Digital Health Centre in developing the initial proposal and concepts and in building a demonstration dashboard that can be implemented within existing IT systems. The Digital Dashboard was developed through a co-design process with individuals working in aged care. This will ensure that the dashboard is feasible, relevant and useful. To inform the dashboard workshop we have translated the ELDAC Care Framework into a set of possible care indicators for use in the Digital Dashboard.

Expressions of interest now open

ELDAC is calling for expressions of interest from aged care IT providers to build an equivalent dashboard within their own system. Successful applicants will be provided with a payment of up to $20,000 for the purpose of installing the dashboard. They will be provided information on the data variables, clinical descriptions and associated technical descriptors to recreate the dashboard within their own clinical platform. The documents below provide further information:

Information Sheet FAQs Sheet
Complete the EOI online form

EOI submission and deadline

The online EOI must be submitted no later than 11.00am Central Standard Time Friday 6 December 2019. Please include all relevant contact information. For further information regarding this call contact the Research Associate (Digital Dashboard) Priyanka Bhattarai via email: Priyanka.bhattarai@flinders.edu.au.

Page updated 18 November 2019