Applying complex adaptive system thinking to Australian health care: Expert commentary: Report for an Australian Commonwealth Government agency

Carmen Huckel Schneider, Joachim Sturmberg, James A. Gillespie , Andrew Wilson, Sue Lukersmith, Luis Salvador-Carulla

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    Abstract

    This expert commentary has been commissioned by the Australian Commonwealth government agency (ACGA) and the Sax Institute to contribute to a series of consultation and discussion papers on its future vision for the Australian Healthcare system. The Report is structured to respond to specific questions posed by the Commission in the commissioning brief. In the report, each question is addressed from the perspective of two broad approaches found in the literature;
    1) ‘systems thinking approaches’ in applied analyses of healthcare, and 2) ‘complex adaptive systems theory’ as a global theory to understand health care.
    Original languageEnglish
    PublisherUniversity of Sydney
    Number of pages52
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 2016

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