Last week we posted that according to the Quality and Safety Commission’s data more than 25 percent of services who enter into TFI’s fail to recover them. Now we provide the data showing the most frequently failed outcomes
Aged Care Management Australia (ACMA) continue to track and analyse the most frequently failed outcomes. This helps us inform our clients on ways of developing stronger systems and documentation through risk assessment processes, education and mentoring staff. The following are the most frequently failed outcomes since July 1st through until 30th November. For further details on how we can support your organization please contact us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Top 5 Non-Compliance by criteria:
3.a Each consumer gets safe and effective personal care, clinical care, or both personal care and clinical care, that: (i) Is best practice; and (ii) tailored to their needs; and (iii) optimises their health and well-being.
3.b Effective management of high impact or high-prevalence risks associated with the care of each consumer.
7.a The workforce is planned to enable, and the number and mix of members of the workforce deployed enables, the delivery and management of safe and quality care and services.
8.c Effective organisation wide governance systems relating to the following: (i) information management (ii) continuous improvement (iii) financial governance (iv) workforce governance, including the assignment of clear responsibilities and accountabilities (v) regulatory compliance (vi) feedback and complaints.
8.e Where clinical care is provided – a clinical governance framework, including but not limited to the following: (i) antimicrobial stewardship (ii) minimising the use of restraint (iii) open disclosure is in place.
As Managing Director of Aged Care Management Australia (ACMA), Peter has guided the growth of the business from it’s inception in 2006. Now as one of the sectors leading independent advisory services, ACMA continues to grow. We have recently moved into a new head office , sharing with our financial partners Henson Lloyd in Adelaide. We maintain a strong commitment to WA with our National Operations Manager, Quality and IT services based in Fremantle. We have introduced a new education and training portfolio that is already proving very popular with clients. Our clinical and advisory programs have been geared to meet the challenges of the new era in aged care.
Principal Consultant Peter Vincent acts as independent advisor to National Seniors Chief Advocate, Centre Alliance Senators and aged care providers nationally and is an active advisor with the Commonwealth Government’s national Rural and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Aged Care Service Development Panel (SDAP). Peter has extensive experience working with Indigenous health and aged care services in remote and very remote regions in both residential and community services.