Working closely with one of its key partners, CLAM Business spent 7 years developing, trialling and modifying a cost-effective, technology supported Allied Health model of service delivery to rural and remote communities within Queensland. At the time of inception, existing research into financially and resource-effective models were minimal in nature and had little ‘real-world’ testing of their implementation.
Partnering with LTTS (a multi-disciplinary Allied Health company), CLAM Business tested and refined an innovative model of service delivery for the provision of health services to rural and remote communities in a cost-effective manner. Various key outcomes have been tested and measured against researched evidence, with refinements undergoing in-depth analysis and review.
This innovative health model is still in operation today, and has been effectively expanded to cover 67 towns within rural and remote Queensland.