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27.6.2017 This is the third annual report of the National Healthcare Quality Reporting System (NHQRS). This report makes publicly available information on the quality and safety of healthcare across the Irish????health system. Its focus is on a balanced set of healthcare data that gives an...
Hospitals have been greatly underutilised as settings for health promotion activities in Australia. Most research on this subject has been derived from hospital administrators or clinicians. An exit survey of inpatients (n = 460) of a large regional public hospital in Queensland was conducted to...
The Irish health care system is based on a complex and costly mix of private, statutory, and voluntary provisions. The majority of health care expenditure comes from the state, with a significant proportion of acute hospital care funded from private insurance, but there are relatively high out-of-...
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The Irish health care system is based on a complex and costly mix of private, statutory, and voluntary provisions. The majority of health care expenditure comes from the state, with a significant proportion of acute hospital care funded from private insurance, but there are relatively high out-of-...
Health in Ireland Key Trends gives us insights into trends in demographics, population health, hospital and primary care and health service employment and expenditure. The presentation of trend data over the last decade in the 2015 report highlights the many significant achievements that Ireland...
Annual quality reports are a recommendation of the Department of Health, Social Services and Public Safety's (DHSSPS) Quality 2020: a 10 year strategy to protect and improve quality in Health and Social Care in Northern Ireland.
I am pleased to present the first annual report of the'10,000 Voices' initiative. This initiative has been commissioned and funded by the Health and Social Care Board (HSCB) and the Public Health Agency (PHA), to introduce a more patient focused approach to shaping the way services are delivered...
This leaflet provides an overview of PPI and outlines the five Standards developed to set out what is expected of Health and Social Care (HSC) organisations and staff.
The third annual report from the World Health Organisation's (WHO) Healthy Promoting Hospitals (HPH) and Healthy Services network highlights a rich selection of the innovative developments and team-working achievements across services in Northern Ireland. The report provides a platform to showcase...
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Personal and Public Involvement (PPI) is an essential component in the delivery of truly person centred services.�It is also a statutory duty.�The PHA has leadership responsibilities in respect of the implementation of PPI across HSC.�One of the ways in which the PHA discharges that leadership...

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