Date:

2019

Location:

Ipswich, Queensland

Client:

Building Queensland

NineSquared was engaged to undertake a Cost-Benefit Analysis for a proposed Ipswich Hospital Redevelopment Stage 1A. This redevelopment included the delivery of a new mental health facility, provision of a MRI suite and the purchase and refurbishment of facilities for community health and administration functions.

As part of a wider business case submission, a Cost-Benefit Analysis for three development options were conducted which evaluated potential health and efficiency benefits against capital and whole of life costs. The analysis was conducting using both Service Related Group (SRG) and Disease Related Group (DRG).

NineSquared worked closely with the project manager, social impact evaluation team and the financial/commercial consultant to ensure consistency in approach and inputs between each work stream.

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