The draft Clinical Care Standard for Stroke have been developed in collaboration with consumers, clinicians, researchers and health organisations, by the Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care.
A Clinical Care Standard provides a small number of quality statements that describe the clinical care that a patient should be offered for a specific condition.
The Commission is currently seeking feedback on the draft Clinical Care Standard for Stroke from healthcare professionals, peak healthcare and consumer organisations, consumers and any other interested parties. Public consultation on this draft Clinical Care Standard for Stroke is open until 23 May 2014. Feedback can be provided in the form of written submissions or via an online survey.
Copies of the draft Clinical Care Standard for Stroke, along with information about its development and the consultation process are available at this link to the Commissions website.
Article reprodcuced with thanks to “On the Radar” – an information resource of the Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care.