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On 14 April 2014, the Health Quality & Safety Commission hosted the Partners in Care: Show and tell symposium. The day was an opportunity for providers and consumers from across health and disability services to share their expertise and knowledge.
The Commission is pleased to announce it will deliver an eight month programme for consumers and providers to learn about experience based design (EBD).
Newsletters from the West Coast DHB to inform others about their experience-based design project.
The Commission received a positive response to its request for feedback on the summary of its ‘Partners in Care' framework.
The National Health IT Board is raising awareness around the sharing of health care information by holding series of community seminars to get the public's feedback on future changes.
Commission Chief Executive Janice Wilson invites you to read and respond to the summary of our ‘Partners in Care Framework’.
The benefits and challenges of a move towards patient empowerment were discussed by over 250 participants at the first European conference on the subject held in Denmark last month.
A recent Commonwealth Fund study found that the more patients were involved with their healthcare, the more positive their experience of their care and the fewer errors they reported.
One of the successful applications for the HQSC Quality and Safety Challenge 2012 comes from the Bay of Plenty District Health Board. Their topic is ‘Excellence through Patient and Family Centred Care
This report presents the results of a research programme to develop a directory of consumer organisations, groups and individuals undertaking consumer representative roles in the health and disability sector