healthcare governance

healthcare governance

A general term for the overall framework through which NHS organisations are accountable for continuously improving clinical, corporate, staff and financial performance.
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Great Boards, American Hospital Association's Center for Healthcare Governance, Chicago, Illinois, 2004-2006.
Earlier this year, leaders from the AHA's Center for Healthcare Governance talked with 37 board members, executives and clinical leaders from four different organizations and convened a national panel of experts to learn about "governance in the gap.
The Blue Ribbon Panel on Healthcare Governance stated that a healthcare board's core responsibility is "to earn and maintain the public's trust in and commitment to the healthcare organization.
We have chosen Dubai and DHCC in particular as our location because after careful assessment, we feel it provides the infrastructure and healthcare governance required to make this project a success,' he added.
Board members heard how a healthcare governance committee had been set up in the trust to keep a close eye on four priorities of patient safety, mortality rates, complaints and clinical auditing.
Board members heard how a healthcare governance committee had been set up in the trust to keep a close eye on four priorities - patient safety, mortality rates, complaints and clinical auditing.
It will be carried out in collaboration with the Paris Chamber of Commerce and Industry launched, offering Masters in Business Administration (MBA) and healthcare governance degrees.
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Infection prevention is increasingly recognized in healthcare governance as it is also related to costs.
AHA's Institute for Diversity and Center for Healthcare Governance have resources to help hospitals and health systems.
We are now going to review data and have established a healthcare governance committee chaired by a new executive, Sir Steven Moss, to evaluate and listen to concerns.
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