Framework for Effective & Efficient Dietetic Services (FEEDS)

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An Evidenced-Based Demand Management Toolkit for Dietetic Services. Tt is imperative that local dietetics services are able to determine clinical priorities and align these with the broader priorities of their local health services, the state and the federal governments. This toolkit cannot displace local guidelines or prioritisation procedures due to the differences that exist between services in their size and complexity. It should be utilised to inform the development and review of these documents in order to ensure that dietetics services provided across the state are evidence-based, safe, equitable and provide a high value to the HHS. It should be used as a tool to assess your local service, and/or models of care against the evidence to enable a realignment of resources from low value priority areas (disinvestment), to high value priority areas (reinvestment). 

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