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Changing how we change
Changing how we change

Continuous improvement is the essence of clinical governance. But continuous improvement requires change, and change can be confronting. As we predictably move towards a more digitised world - including in healthcare, and aged care – change is also inevitable.

Change management
Continuous improvement
Workforce
What is responsible AI, and why is it relevant to clinical governance?
What is responsible AI, and why is it relevant to clinical governance?

The rate of AI (Artificial Intelligence) in healthcare is growing, with immense scope for its application in healthcare – from robotic surgery and virtual nursing assistants, to preliminary diagnosis and automated image diagnosis. Where AI abuts the clinical interface, so must its governance.  Therefore, governance in AI must include clinical governance.

AI
Digital health
Why aged care must digitise
Why aged care must digitise

The Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety (Royal Commission) recommended that every approved provider of aged care (whether delivering personal or clinical care) adopts a digital care management system, including an electronic medication management system, and that this should be an ‘immediate focus’ (Recommendation 68 of the Final Report).  

Aged care
Change management
Digital health records
Royal Commissions
Clinical governance and clinical systems
Clinical governance and clinical systems

How are clinical information systems relevant to clinical governance? The answer is quite straightforward: imagine a world of care delivery in darkness (literally or metaphorically), absent of any information about the person for whom you are providing care.

Data Governance
Digital health
Electronic Records
Health Informatics
Interoperability
Records
AI in healthcare: Governance, translation and clinical application
AI in healthcare: Governance, translation and clinical application

As we see an ever-growing utilisation of AI applications in healthcare, we stop to take a deeper look into its governance considerations, its fit within our clinical governance frameworks and what we need to consider when applying it in a clinical setting. 

This webinar will include an anonymous audience interactive applied AI in healthcare scenario session to test and challenge its application in the delivery of safe, quality care.

Artificial Intelligence
Remote care: More than remotely caring
Remote care: More than remotely caring

An important aspect of clinical governance, particularly in primary and community care, is monitoring and early intervention. Particularly important in older people in the early detection of functional decline or clinical deterioration.

Aged care
Artificial Intelligence
Digital health
Person-centred care
Primary & Community Care
Remote monitoring
Clinical governance in a digital world
Clinical governance in a digital world

It’s almost impossible to think about clinical governance these days without also thinking about digital health. But what does clinical governance mean in this digitised age?

Data
Digital health
What does clinical governance mean in 2021?
What does clinical governance mean in 2021?

Clinical governance has attracted fresh limelight in recent times in the context of a pandemic, intense public scrutiny of our aged care and disability systems, and concomitant acceleration of digital health.

Aged care
COVID-19/Infection control
Digital health
Disability
Person-centred care
Royal Commissions
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