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How this regional health board transformed new director induction to drive a culture of contribution
Our client is a leading provider of Health and Community services in regional Victoria. Government appointments of a new chair and four new directors in recent years resulted in a reduction in organisational experience on the board.
Stakeholder Engagement still a concern for many boards – find out what boards have done to build their capabilities in 2019
The Governance Evaluator 2019 Benchmark Report has identified for the second year in a row Stakeholder Engagement as the number one risk for boards.
Governance Evaluator and The Australian Centre for Healthcare Governance (ACHG) are excited to announce a new initiative for building strong governance in the health sector.
A key factor for building high functioning boards that have the ability to lead successful organisations is for the board to have the right systems, processes and supports in place to empower a group of experts to become an expert group.
The Governance Evaluator 2018 Governance Capability Benchmark Report analysed board evaluation responses from over 70 boards comprising almost 700...
Top risks identified by Health Services boards in 2018. Risk 4: Governance of Clinical Care – Part 2
The National Clinical Governance Framework, based on the NSQHS Standards (2nd edition) and the Aged Care Quality Standards (2018) are incorporated in the Governance of Clinical Care module themes of the Governance Evaluator Board Evaluation.
While board self-assessment is recognised by organisations including ASX, DHHS and AICD as an accessible, flexible and sound contributor for understanding and improving a board’s performance, the issue of subjectivity within a self-assessment is a long-standing point of discussion and debate.
The board has a key role in overseeing the quality of the services that are delivered by the organisation. Boards have a responsibility to monitor service quality with the same rigour and attention that they give to corporate and financial performance.
Despite accreditation processes being embedded in health systems across more than 70 countries around the world, the actual value of accreditation to health care organisations is not well understood; and more work is needed to determine its value and how to measure it.