Together we're improving healthcare for 100,000 Victorians
100,000 Lives is about more than numbers. It's about people.
8,527 Victorians have had better care and outcomes
Improving Management of COPD
Join the new Stay Well, Stay Home Chronic Condition Collaborative
We are excited to invite health services to participate in the new Stay Well Stay Home Chronic Condition Collaborative to improve outcomes for people living with COPD, asthma and diabetes.
25 October 2022
Heart Failure Collaborative
On track to keep people with heart failure safe at home
Our Heart Failure Collaborative is now in Action Period 2 after hosting two Learning Sessions.
12 July 2022
Applications are open for the Check Again Breakthrough Series Collaborative
Applications are open for health services to partner with us to spread and scale a penicillin allergy assessment and delabelling program for hospitalised Victorians to ensure they have access to...
6 July 2022
National Preterm Birth Prevention Collaborative
Expressions of interest now open for health services to join the National Preterm Birth Prevention Collaborative
We’re inviting teams from public hospitals to contribute by implementing the approaches and sharing their learnings with each other across Australia.
23 June 2022
Best Care for Heavy Menstrual Bleeding
How do heavy periods affect Victorian women?
We’d like to hear from women to find out how heavy menstrual bleeding has affected their life and the treatment they received.
25 May 2022
The bigger picture: How 100,000 Lives fits in our improvement story
100,000 lives is an ambitious goal but as Safer Care Victoria’s CEO Prof Mike Roberts explains, it’s only part of the story of healthcare improvement in Victoria.
20 April 2022
Turning passion into action to improve healthcare quality
More than 600 Victorian health workers are trained in improvement science to drive better, safer healthcare. But what is improvement science? 100,000 Lives Director Rebecca Reed tells us how to...
6 April 2022
About 100,000 Lives
We’re joining forces with Victorian health services on large-scale projects that will prevent harm in hospitals, avoid hospital admissions and reduce unnecessary interventions. And we’re counting every single Victorian who benefits from this better, safer care.