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A new report released today by the Victorian Agency for Health Information reveals that 91% of adult patients rated their overall healthcare experience in a Victorian public health service in 2016 good or very good.... Read more...
  • Patient experience and outcomes
  • Quality/safety improvement

The state’s surgical safety review council is urging health services to learn from continued adverse events involving retained surgical materials.

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  • Clinical/acute care

Please note: applications are now closed

The state’s new quality and safety body is seeking healthcare, human factors and consumer representatives to conduct safety reviews and support health services to learn from serious incidents.

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  • Incident response/review

The latest Victoria's Mothers, Babies and Children report shows Victoria remains one of the safest places in the world to have a baby.

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  • Maternity and newborn
  • Patient experience and outcomes

Read the Maternity and Newborn Clinical Network Summer 2017-18 newsletter.

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  • Maternity and newborn

Trialling a system for patient and family escalation of care, establishing clinical networks for mental health and infection control, and supporting health services to better manage delirium, identify fetal growth restriction and reduce perineal tears.

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  • Corporate information

Health workers will have a greater say in the development and delivery of higher quality healthcare in Victoria, following the release of a new framework for clinician engagement.

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  • Innovation and improvement
  • Maternity and newborn
  • Older people
  • Paediatric
  • Quality/safety improvement

Please note: consultation is now closed

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  • Incident response/review
Read the Maternity and Newborn Clinical Network Spring 2017 newsletter.... Read more...
  • Maternity and newborn
A review of elective surgery waiting lists and patient records conducted between January and May this year revealed that administrative errors were the cause of over 900 cases across 11 health services where patients were not correctly reported in elective surgery waiting lists.... Read more...
  • Patient experience and outcomes
  • Quality/safety improvement