From: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
This conference will examine how to drive improvement through clinical governance. It will showcase best practice models from around the country
Making clinical governance work on the ground
As of 1st January 2013 hospitals and day procedure services across Australia are required to transition to the National Safety and Quality Health Service (NSQHS) Standards.
This conference will examine how to drive improvement through clinical governance. It will showcase best practice models from around the country demonstrating excellence on overarching NSQHS standards 1 and 2; safety, quality and consumer partnerships.
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Research shows that quality of working environment and interaction among professionals distinguishes hospitals with lower complications from those with higher rates of adverse events.
In addition, there is evidence that involving consumers leads to improved health outcomes, a more trusted health system and more satisfied workforces.
This conference will address how to:
+Establish strong clinical governance frameworks for improved performance
+Develop effective consumer partnerships by involving consumers, patients and carers
+Evidence procedures and demonstrate enforcement of the standards
+Design sustainable systems for the management of regular clinical audits
“- good governance at all levels of the health care system is one of the most important influences on the safety and quality of care.”
Professor Bruce Barraclough AO, Australian Council for Safety and Quality in Health Care
Discounted rates for hospital and health care providers: $2199
Standard rates for Government departments: $2699.
Artists / Speakers: SAI Global, ISO Certification, Patient Based Care, Little Company of Mary Health Care, Consumer Involvement Website Project Working Group, Cancer Australia, NSW Agency for Clinical Innovation, The Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care, Clinical Excellence Commission, Deakin University, South Eastern Sydney Local Health District, Princess Alexandra Hospital, Hunter New England Local Health District, Australian Patient Safety Foundation, Wimmera Health Care Group, The Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care, Consumers Health Forum