The Victorian Clinical Governance Framework (VCGF) developed by Safer Care Victoria (as a result of recommendations made in ‘Targeting Zero’) has been a well-adopted state-based clinical governance framework. A recent review by the Victorian Auditor-General’s Office (VAGO) of four state health services against the Victorian Clinical Governance Framework offers a useful illustration in assessing the extent to which frameworks align - noting that whilst Victorian health services must have individual clinical governance frameworks suited to their local needs, these must also comply with the VCGF.
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