San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Reflecting the changes in architecture in the NHS, the lessons from Mid Staffordshire and Keogh Reviews, and the enhanced focus on well-led organisations, the Healthcare Quality Improvement Partnership (HQIP) and the Good Governance Institute (GGI) have redeveloped our Good Governance Guide and Clinical Audit Guide, to be published in January 2015.
The new Good Governance Guide is focussed on the developing role of clinicians in management and resource allocation, and should help existing and aspirant Clinical, Nurse and Medical Directors as well as those who support and challenge them to understand and apply good governance in a demanding environment.
The new Clinical Audit Guide places clinical audit within the broader context of quality improvement. This approach touches on all systems providing assurance to Boards, stakeholders and commissioners, ensuring that services are well-led, delivering responsive improved cost effective outcomes, with transparency in choice of audit, action plans, and impact. The resource provides guidance to those commissioning, delivering, and scrutinising the added value of clinical audit and other assurance systems.
Places for the workshops are limited to board level clinicians and non-executive directors.
The following sections will be covered during the workshop:
- Good Governance and Clinical Audit in today’s NHS
- Tools and roles in good governance and clinical audit
- Building effective relationships with external stakeholders, patients and the community, as well as other health and social care organisations
- Integrating governance and comprehensive quality assurance
- Information governance, transparency and openness
- Using the new Guides, matrices and eBook as induction and training material
When & Where
Healthcare Quality Improvement Partnership
The Healthcare Quality Improvement Partnership (HQIP) was established in April 2008 to promote quality in healthcare, and in particular to increase the impact that clinical audit has on healthcare quality in England and Wales. It is led by a consortium of the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges, the Royal College of Nursing and National Voices.
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