Continuous improvement in clinical governance
There is a lot more to clinical governance than meets the eye. It’s not just about having frameworks, but ‘living’ them, and continuously improving how we design and implement them.
A recent review of four Victorian health services by the Victorian Auditor-General Office (VAGO) revealed inconsistencies in the extent to which effective clinical governance is practised - with patient safety and high-quality care being the ultimate goal. The review itself was an exercise in clinical governance, by identifying areas for improvement.
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