Last year cybercrime increased 600% globally. In 2021, cyber is expected to be a $6 trillion business which will make it more profitable than the illicit drug trade.
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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 board that listens and acts will help secure a better ageing futurePicture yourself in bed, incapacitated and unable to communicate. Your greatest pleasure is a hot cup of coffee, but every day your coffee grows cold while you await the arrival of your carer. A board that hears the voice of the consumer can prevent this from happening.
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.
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.
This month we explore Stakeholder Engagement in greater depth and provide tips and resources for improving your communication with your stakeholders, and the subsequent influence of your stakeholders in the direction of your organisation.
Fi Mercer caught up with Alison Brown who has just finished her PhD study that examined the characteristics of effective governance of healthcare quality.
In 2017 Safer Care Victoria and the Australian Safety and Quality Commission created new Clinical Governance Frameworks. Dr Sue Matthews shares her tips on how to lead positive outcomes for the key areas of focus for Clinical Governance.
Consumers in the NFP and health sectors are being empowered to choose their services from the providers they trust. If these consumers are not satisfied with the service they receive – or reportage of the service they intend to use – they will simply shop around for another provider.