Wednesday, 19 October 2011

Australia's national clinical indicator program results for 2003-10 released

The Australasian Clinical Indicator Report 2003-2010: Determining the Potential to Improve Quality of Care (12th ed.) has been released by the Australian Council on Healthcare Standards (ACHS) and presents a detailed analysis of clinical indicators on a national basis.

ACHS Chief Executive, Brian Johnston, said the analysis of each indicator set for the last 8 years means the data is statistically more relevant than ever before, due to the increasing input from healthcare organisations (HCOs) nationwide. "With a wide range of HCOs contributing to the Report, we are receiving a wealth of rich data that point to key trends across the 22 clinical indicator sets, ranging from Adverse Drug Reactions to Surgery," he said.

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