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EXCELLENCE IN CLINICAL GOVERNANCE: FRAMEWOK FOR INTEGRATING QUALITY, SAFETY AND RISK MANAGEMENT PEMANTAPAN PROGRAM PERUBATAN KKM 6hb -8hb APRIL 2010 KLANA RESORT SERAMBAN Dr Kalsom Maskon Public Health Physician Deputy Director Quality in Medical Care Medical Development Division Ministry of Health Malaysia

Outline of presentation
Definition  Background  Essential elements of clinical governance  Core process of clinical governance  Outcomes  Conclusion 

Purpose


Adoption of Clinical Governance as a framework for integrating all the Quality Improvement activities and initiatives in health sector Malaysia

Definition
Clinical Governance (NHS), a framework through which NHS organizations are accountable for continually improving the quality of their health services and safeguarding high standards of care by creating an environment in which excellence in clinical care will flourish.

Definition
The NHS in Scotland defines clinical governance as

"corporate accountability for clinical performance ".

Background


The Ministry of Health Malaysia, as the lead agency for health in the country, is committed to driving the health care sector in the provision of safe, high quality services through the implementation of the Clinical Governance concept.

Background


The MOH and the private health sector have implemented numerous quality initiatives and programmes; which appear to be separate and not integrated

Background


To realize vision for health, mission of the MOH, there is a need for a framework for the improvement of the health care delivery system and governance in health care.

The objectives of the framework
To ensure that there is a systematic framework of quality management system for the health sector for the integration of quality, safety and risk management programmes to support and drive the provision of safe, effective and high quality services  To drive core programmes for quality, safety and risk management  To ensure that appropriate accountability, leadership and oversight arrangement are in place by the health sector to institutionalize and internalize quality and safety culture 

Related Policy
Vision for Health  Mission of the MOH  Strategic Plan for Quality in Health 

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To facilitate & support the people to:
• Attain fully their potential in health • Appreciate health as a valuable asset • Take individual responsibility & positive action for their health

To ensure a high quality health system that is:
• • • • • Customer centred Equitable Affordable Efficient Technologically appropriate • Environmentally adaptable • innovative

With emphasis on:
• Professionalism, caring & teamwork values • Respect for human dignity • Community participation

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QI activities in MOH


Indicator approach
◦ NIA ◦ HAS ◦ KPI



Risk management
◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ IR HCAI OHS World Alliance Patient Safety programme



Clinical Audit
◦ POMR ◦ NAICU ◦ Nursing


Patient centred services
◦ Patient satisfaction surveys ◦ Complaints mgt



External audit
◦ ISO ◦ Accreditation ◦ Star Rating



Statistical Process control
◦ eCUSUM &Registries

Innovations  Many more…


Framework: integration of quality, patient safety and risk management

Framework for integrated Quality, Safety and Risk Management 

Three key components to the framework:
Essential underpinning requirements Core processes and programmes Performance indicators



An Introduction to Quality Assurance in Health Care. Oxford University Press. 200. The three components is based the three components on Avedis Donabedian’s Structure, Process, Outcome Model

Essential underpinning requirement
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Communication and consultation with stakeholders Clear accountability arrangements Adequate capacity and capability Standardised policies, procedures, protocols and guidelines Monitoring and review arrangements Assurance...
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