Second Clinical Safety Review of the Personally Controlled Electronic Health Record (PCEHR): June 2013
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In February 2013, the Commission conducted the First PCEHR Clinical Safety Review (the First Review) to assess the implementation of the PCEHR. This review assessed progress against earlier recommendations generated from a review of the National eHealth Transition Authority’s (NEHTA) clinical safety management (the Report), and assessed the clinical incident management process for the PCEHR. The purpose of the Second PCEHR Clinical Safety Review was to examine the progress made against the 16 recommendations from the First Review, across five specific areas including: - Clinical safety management tools - Risk registers - Compliance, Conformance and Accreditation (CCA) and V model processes - Processes to manage clinical safety across and within organisations - Clinical incident management. A detailed examination of the PCEHR clinical incident management and investigation processes was also undertaken.