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Title: Governance of New Technologies and Clinical Practice in the private hospital sector.
Epworth Authors: Chandrasiri, Sidney
Prado, Luis
Other Authors: James, Helen
Keywords: Governance
New Technologies
Clinical Practices
Patient-Centred Service Delivery
Therapeutic Intervention
Clinical Governance
Evidence Based Medicine
Academic and Medical Services at Epworth HealthCare
Issue Date: Apr-2022
Publisher: Royal Australian College of Medical Administrators
Citation: The Quarterly. 2022, Q2, 34
Abstract: Good governance and rigorous oversight of the systems, policies and processes for introducing new technologies and/or clinical practices-to any healthcare setting is of the highest importance. This provides for assurance of patient-centred service delivery, clinical safety and appropriate utilisation within the needs and capabilities of a health service's infrastructure, according to the overarching clinical services plan and scope of practice. This article discusses the establishment of such a process in a private, not-for-profit hospital sector, the unique challenges faced and hopes to stimulate a comparative system discussion for healthcare leaders in aiming to further strengthen and improve good clinical and corporate governance of our health services.
ISSN: 1325-7579
Journal Title: The Quarterly
Type: Journal Article
Appears in Collections:Health Administration

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