clinical governance


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clinical governance

n
(Medicine) a systematic approach to raising standards of health care and tackling poor performance in hospitals
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In the event of injury or illness under such circumstances, excellence in clinical care is essential and without clinical governance there are risks.
The Directorate of Clinical Governance and Training held training session for PPHI in Hyderabad for primary healthcare and clinical standards.
'Clinical governance was introduced in the UK hospitals to audit healthcare services without naming, shaming and blaming (anyone),' said Dr Salman Kidwie, a consultant obstetrician and gynaecologist practicing in the UK, during his lecture held at Patel Hospital on Wednesday.
* Clinical record keeping of a clinical governance optometrist "far below the standard to pass a Boots audit"
Dr Victor Akinmoladun, UCH's Chairman Medical Advisory Committee, said through clinical governance, the hospital had identified its 'hot spots' and weak links, as well as the basis for the allocation of manpower, resources and equipment for efficient service delivery in the hospital.
Previously, Dr Wilborn worked as the national medical director, leading the clinical governance over the largest post-acute care practice in the US, with more than 800 providers in 33 cities and practicing in more than 2,000 nursing homes.
Both sides further agreed to work for mutual capacity-building, sharing of knowledge and experiences in clinical governance and MSDS, suggest areas for training of health managers and practitioners, and arrange bilateral visits of the healthcare facilities to witness on-ground implementation of the quality assurance regimes and hold regular orientation sessions for training courses of the AFPGMI.
Clinical audit falls under the domain of clinical governance. It is a key component, which aims to provide safe and quality clinical care.2 It is important to incorporate it at all levels of service delivery.
He added: "In the past year, we have revised and improved our clinical governance structure and processes, implemented a new staff training system and have been working closely with our local Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) and other clinical stakeholders to address other long-standing issues, and this process remains on track.
The clinical governance model, supported by the New Zealand government, aims to bring about positive change to the public health service by provision of cost effective, population-based quality interventions.
Aldeen is with the Center for Emergency Medical Education and the National Clinical Governance Board.
Nick's role will include clinical delivery of musculoskeletal physiotherapy and he will also take a lead in the operational management and development of the business, including training, clinical governance and project implementation.
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