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Judul :
Clinical governance konsep modern pelayanan kesehatan yang bermutu = Clinical governancemodern concept in quality of care
Pengarang : Iwan Dwiprahasto
Jurnal : Jurnal Manajemen Pelayanan Kesehatan 2001, IV(4)
Tahun : 2001
Summary / Kata Kunci : Continuous quality improvement has been one of the most important aspect of modern health care. Clinical governance is to be the main vehicle for continuously improving the quality of patient care and developing the capacity of health service to maintain high standards of care.
The purpose of clinical governance is to ensure that patients receive the highest quality of care. It covers the organization's systems and processes for monitoring and improving services, including: consultation and patient involvement, clinical risk management, clinical audit, research and effectiveness, staffing and staff management, education, training and continuing personal and professional development, use of information to support clinical governance and health care delivery
Effective clinical governance should therefore ensure the followings: continuous improvement of patient services and care; a patient-centered approach that includes treating patients courteously; involving them in decisions about their care and keeping them informed; a commitment to quality, which ensures that health professionals are up to date in their practices and properly supervised where necessary; a reduction of the risk from clinical errors and adverse events; as well as a commitment to learn from mistakes and share that learning with others

Keywords: clinical audit, accountability continuous
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