Continuity of patient care and Clinical handover policies
Having robust continuity of patient care and clinical handover policies is necessary to help reduce risk. It is important that your policies help maintain a high-quality level of care through standardised procedures and effective transfer of professional responsibility and accountability.
In our sixth Facebook live event, Senior Product Manager Anna-Maria Gibb delves into the Continuity of care and clinical handover policies.
- the definition of the policies
- the requirements to implement the policies
- what the policies are about
- why the policies are important
- related resources, policies and procedures.
About the expert
Senior Product Manager, PracticeHub
Anna-Maria Gibb is co-creator of MyPracticeManual, now PracticeHub. She is passionate about helping healthcare organisations run more efficiently and minimise risk using better business management systems and processes. Anna-Maria has a background in practice management and qualifications in business and adult education. She regularly presents on business systems and processes.
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