Good Governance, both clinical and corporate, ensures a systematic approach to quality assurance. It is identified that monitoring and control are the vehicles that enables each organisation to demonstrate that its systems and processes for assuring healthcare governance are both efficient and effective. (Mc Sherry & Pearce 2007) Good governance helps to maintain and improve the quality of patient care. It addresses those structures, systems and processes that assure the quality, accountability and proper management of an organisation's operation and delivery of service. Health Care Informed (HCI) has significant experience in the development of governance systems.
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HCI can help your organisation improve its governance effectiveness by ensuring that the proper organisational structures, from line management roles to committees and teams, information flow and control processes are put in place.
To talk to us about how we can help you with healthcare governance, contact Health Care Informed on +353 (0)93 36126 or firstname.lastname@example.org