Knowing what to measure, and how, is the key to driving improvements in hospitals and healthcare systems.
The Australian Government's dedication to a National Health Reform Agreement has highlighted the movement toward a more transparent, patient-centred healthcare system, held to account through strong national standards.
To achieve this vision it is vital that ongoing, robust measurement is in place across individual units, hospitals and health systems; ensuring the right data is being collected and integrated with continuous improvement at all levels.
Be involved in discussions on:
- Supporting consistent measurement and quality improvement across the unit, hospital and health service levels
- Defining and measuring meaningful indicators to inform systems improvement
- Assessing the purpose of more robust measurement and transparent reporting: efficiency, safety and quality, patient-centeredness or consumer engagement
- Implications of the Australian government's hospital reform agenda on performance measurement and reporting
By attending this conference you will learn:
- What meaningful data is and how can it be collected, mined and transformed to inform systems change
- How to find the right measure for the right purpose in quality measurement
- The role of governance in strong measurement and change management when connecting data to practice
- How to prepare current systems to meet the performance demands of changing healthcare arrangements
Book early for the best rates & take advantage of group discounts
To register a group please call 1300 316 882 and we’ll coordinate your registration.