Thursday, 12 July 2012

The National Health Performance Authority Strategic Plan 2012-15: Public Consultation

The National Health Performance Authority is a recently established agency under the National Health Reform Act 2011. It has released its draft Strategic Plan for consultation, so that Australians can have their say on the proposed mission, values and objectives of the Performance Authority.

The Performance Authority's draft Strategic Plan 2012-15 outlines the proposed strategic direction the organisation will take in performing its duties of providing independent monitoring and performance reporting of health care organisations.

The role of the Performance Authority is to develop high quality, locally relevant and nationally consistent reports on the performance of local hospital networks, public hospitals, private hospitals and primary health care organisations. This transparent public reporting across a range of performance indicators will stimulate and inform improvements in the Australian health system, increase transparency and accountability and inform consumers.

Submissions close on 8 August 2012.

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