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Clinical Governance

CREWS Consultancy has your governance at its heart. We are here to help you be the best.  We are experienced in the field of clinical governance and our team of specialist paramedics have over 90 years of combined experience in both the NHS and private sectors.

Staffing and staff management is vital to our ability to provide high-quality care. You need to have highly skilled staff, working in an efficient team and in a well-supported environment. Care for patients should be based on good quality evidence from research. We follow national guidance from The National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) who are responsible for providing national guidance on the promotion of good health and the prevention and treatment of ill health.

 

We can tailor our packages to suit you and your organisation. Contact us to chat about what we can do for you.

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What is Clinical Governance?

Some people wonder what clinical governance is. Very simply put, it is managing the risk to patients, staff and the company.

 

There are several components that include;
 

  • Compliance

  • Risk Assessment

  • Risk Management

  • Audit

  • Training

Compliance is all about ensuring that you meet the required standards to operate a Caring, Responsive, Effective, Well-lead and Safe service.

Risk management is about minimising risks to patients by;
 

  • identifying what can and does go wrong during care

  • understanding the factors that influence this

  • learning lessons from any adverse events

  • ensuring action is taken to prevent reocurrence

  • putting systems in place to reduce risks

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Caring

Responsive

Effective

Well-lead

Safe service

Clinical audit is a way that paramedics and event medical services measure the quality of the care they offer. It allows them to compare their performance against a standard to see how they are doing and identify opportunities for improvement. Changes can then be made, followed by further audits to see if these changes have been successful.

 

Training is more self-explanatory. It is vital that staff caring for patients have the knowledge and skills they need to do a good job. It is for that reason that they are given opportunities to update their skills to keep up with the latest developments as well as learn new skills.

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