Measuring to meet NSQHS Standards

Developing a framework for continuous improvement.

25-26 Feb 2015 at CQ Functions, Melbourne, Australia

Medical & Health Care

Measuring to meet NSQHS Standards 25-26 Feb 2015 CQ Functions, Melbourne, Australia
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With the National Safety and Quality Health Service (NSQHS) standards firmly established, many hospitals across Australia have now been through the accreditation process and are well under way with driving safety and quality systems to improve the quality of health care. However, the issue of how to measure whether you are meeting the standards, and the collection of data remains a challenge. The threat of losing accreditation and the issues of re-licensing, the financial impacts for private hospitals and the poor publicity for public hospitals all pose a very real problem.

The agenda will tackle the following fundamental challenges:
- Gaining clinician buy in and engaging staff across all departments in a culture of ongoing performance measurement
- Using innovative tools, systems and solutions to improve data capture and tracking
- Increasing information collection and presentation to enable greater benchmarking of performance against the standards
- Demonstrating compliance to the standards and evidencing safety and quality improvement



Discounted rates for hospital & health care providers: AUD 2399
Standard rates for Government departments: AUD 2899

Speakers: Gary Cadwallender, Belinda Powell, Vasu Iyengar, Sally Bennett, Associate Professor Ian Scott, Russell McGowan, Paul Curtis, Alan Lilly, Catherine Li, Lyn Woodhart, George Rubin, Maria Jessing, Samantha Rankin, Nick May, Edel Murray, Kirsty Calabro, Maxine Hamilton, Di O'Kane

From: February 25, 2015 08:30
To: February 26, 2015 17:30

CQ Functions, 113 Queen Street, 3000, Melbourne, Australia


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