Have your say

The Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care (the Commission) is seeking feedback on the draft National Safety and Quality Primary Healthcare (NSQPH) Standards. Your input will help shape the development of the NSQPH Standards before they are finalised and published in 2021.

You can use this survey to submit your feedback on the draft NSQPH Standards. It includes a small number of open-ended questions to help you structure your response. The Commission welcomes feedback on any or all of the following areas:

- Introduction
- Appropriateness
- Actions
- Language
- Not applicable actions.

Submissions received may be published on the Commission’s website, including the names and/or organisations making the submission. If you would like your submission to be de-identified or to remain confidential, please advise the Commission.

The consultation period will conclude close of business Friday 27 November 2020.

Further information about the development of the NSQPH Standards can be found on the Commission’s website.

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Background
The Commission is developing safety and quality standards for primary healthcare services. This is part of our commitment to develop nationally consistent strategies, tools and resources to support improvements in patient safety and quality in primary health care.

The NSQPH Standards will help keep people safe when they receive care in primary healthcare services, and improve the care they receive. They are being developed in collaboration with primary healthcare providers, consumers, peak professional bodies, Primary Health Networks and other representatives of the sector.

Questions?
For any questions relating to this consultation process, please contact the Commission’s Advice Centre via accreditation@safetyandquality.gov.au. If you would like to speak to someone, please include a contact telephone number in your email.
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