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2013
Publication, report or update

The purpose of this background paper was to present a précis of the policy and clinical framework for end-of-life care within the Australian acute healthcare setting and as interpreted by consumers, clinicians and policy makers in 2013.

2013
Publication, report or update

Centre for Health Service Development January 2013

2013
Publication, report or update

The Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care (the Commission), working in collaboration with the Independent Hospital Pricing Authority (IHPA), engaged Health Policy Analysis to analyse hospital-acquired diagnoses and their effect on case complexity and resource use.

2019
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Version 3, released April 2019.

The core hospital-based outcome indicators (CHBOIs) contain a range of indicators which have been developed to enhance safety and quality reporting and feedback.

2013
Publication, report or update

Prepared by Melbourne EpiCentre in collaboration with Fiona Landgren and Carole Staley

2013
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Prepared by Melbourne EpiCentre in collaboration with Fiona Landgren and Carole Staley.

2019
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This report draws on data from a wide range of sources, and includes information about key advances in safety and quality in Australia; prevalence of common safety risks to patients; action taken to identify and drive the delivery of appropriate care; and the Commission’s approach to supporting value based healthcare.

The analysis and data provided in this report are limited to public hospitals. The Commission is currently working with the private hospital sector to ensure the specified safety and quality indicators can be included in future reporting.

2019
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Safe and high-quality care for patients with cognitive impairment or at risk of delirium in acute health services

2019
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The purpose of identifying and agreeing to goals of care is to develop a shared understanding between patients, family, carers, other support people and the clinicians in the multidisciplinary team about the clinical expectations, personal needs and preferences of the patient and the likely steps required to attain the agreed goals.

2019
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The purpose of this document is to outline the Australian Commission on Safety and Quality Health Care's policy and processes for obtaining, maintaining and removing approval as an accrediting agency under the Scheme.

2019
Publication, report or update

A comprehensive care plan is a document describing agreed goals of care, and outlining planned medical, nursing, midwifery and allied health activities for a patient.