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VHA Awards: Nominations closing soon

Posted 05 September 2018

The nomination deadline for the 2018 VHA Annual Awards entries is fast approaching. Don't miss the chance to highlight and recognise the achievements of your organisation.

New this year is the Digital Health Innovation Award, acknowledging a project or initiative that enhance the care, or experience of patients and/or aged care consumers through digitisation.

The Workforce Innovation Award recognises innovative strategies for developing, managing and engaging workforce to increase employee engagement and improve the quality of care.

The 2018 VHA Annual Awards highlight service initiatives that deliver effective healthcare in VHA member organisations, and is a great opportunity for members of the sector to celebrate excellence, innovation and leadership.

Other categories include:

  • VHA Award 
  • Innovation in Clinical Governance
  • Patient Engagement 
  • Excellence in Leadership

Deadline for awards nominations is Wednesday 20 September.

Winners will be announced and awards presented at the VHA 80th birthday celebration on 18 October at Myer Mural Hall.

To nominate for the awards click here.

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