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Herald the death of the dashboard ... brave new ideas in quality & safety

Posted 23 November 2017

The health sector has an over-reliance on learning from error. We need to shift the focus from learning from when things go wrong to the insights when things go right, according to Derek Feeley, president and CEO of the Institute for Healthcare Improvement. 

Executive Director of the Australian Centre of Healthcare Governance  Jo-Anne Moorfoot heard Mr Feeley speak and has written a blog here.

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