Carmen Williams - Monash Health - Implementing an Audit Strategy to Meet the Requirement of the National Standards in a Large Public Health Service
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Carmen Williams delivered the presentation at the 2014 Clinical Audit Improvement Conference. ...

Carmen Williams delivered the presentation at the 2014 Clinical Audit Improvement Conference.

The Clinical Audit Improvement Conference explored the role of clinical audit in the new era of National Care Standards.

For more information about the event, please visit: http://bit.ly/clinicalaudit14

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Carmen Williams - Monash Health - Implementing an Audit Strategy to Meet the Requirement of the National Standards in a Large Public Health Service Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Audit Strategy Carmen Williams, Audit Coordinator
  • 2. Monash Health As per fast facts
  • 3. My Mission To get people excited about audits! Meet the requirements of the National Standards
  • 4. Framework Point of Care Topic Area Local Level
  • 5. Framework Point of Care Topic Area Local Level
  • 6. Text looks like this. You can fit about ten lines of text on one page. Try to keep information to a minimum. • Using points is a good way of doing this. • You can also set text in points like this • Ensure you have some space between each point • Some space between the points and the text before it is also a good idea
  • 7. Point of Care- key points • Volunteer staff auditors • Pilots were useful to fine tune questions • Customised for all appropriate settings • Electronic audit tool • Evidence based report distribution strategies • Embedded in culture
  • 8. Framework Point of Care Topic Area Local Level
  • 9. Topic area- key points • Collected baseline • Conducted a gap analysis • Developed and published an audit schedule • Provided support to key staff to enhance the effectiveness of audits.
  • 10. Framework Point of Care Topic Area Local Level
  • 11. Local Level- key points • One size does not fit all • Simple tools developed
  • 12. Where to from here? • Decentralisation of audit tool development • Ability for staff to pull audit reports • Formal evaluation