Following recent changes to the health policy landscape and an independent review of the BHP4W partnership in 2016, a new BHP4W Partnership Framework (2017-2021) has been developed to guide future work and create greater opportunity for the west to be a leader among regional health partnerships in Victoria.
The framework outlines our ‘new way of working’ under a Collective Impact Model of change. This model requires long-term commitment by our diverse partner organisations to align our efforts and advance the creation of measurable impact to solve specific identified problems affecting communities in the west.
The BHP4W operating model is based on the five conditions for Collective Impact which are shown below:
Further information on the Collective Impact Framework can be found at Collaboration for Impact, Australia’s leading organisation for learning how to respond to complexity through effective collaboration.