Auckland District Health Board (ADHB) holds multiple meetings with groups of staff across the organisation to monitor the quality of care and service delivery, and to provide advice and recommendations.
As part of the Auckland District Health Board, Starship Children's Health has an integral presence on a large number of committees and meetings, including:
ADHB Board Meeting
Responsible for setting ADHB-wide policy and strategy and for evaluating progress. As an elected body, the Board's decision-making is highly transparent. Meetings are open to the public, and board agendas and minutes are published on the ADHB web site. The Board is supported by three advisory committees.
- Hospital Advisory Committee (HAC) Advises on the performance of Auckland City Hospital and Greenlane Clinical Centre and related services
- ADHB Community and Public Health Advisory Committee (CPHAC) Advises on the mix and range of services that will best meet health improvement and independence objectives
- Disability Support Advisory Committee Advises on issues facing people with disabilities and how these can best be managed by the ADHB.
Other ADHB wide committees include:
- Child and Youth Mortality review
- Blood Transfusion
- Restraint Reduction
- Adverse Events Review
- Family Violence Intervention Steering Group
- Maori Health Advisory Committee
Starship wide meetings:
- Starship Clinical Effectiveness Nursing
- Medication Safety
- Mortality and Morbidity
- Resuscitation Review
- Reportable Events and Consumer Feedback
Individual Starship Services also have groups working on clinical audit and review.
- Health Service Group Management
- Charge Nurses/Team Leaders
- Nurse Educators
- Clinical Directors
- Senior Medical Officers
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