Patient Safety

Why Participate?

  • Identify and share “Good Practice” techniques to reduce harm

  • Compare with peer hospitals on risk-adjusted adverse event data

  • Compare notes on how to make sustainable improvements in patient safety

  • Develop Action Plans to make specific improvements over the next 12 months


Select Optional Activity B7 on your subscription agreement and return by email to



$A5,450 (excl. GST) per group per facility.
Individual delegate venue fees are billed separately.


Patient Safety Improvement Group

Patient Safety Improvement Group


.The Patient Safety Improvement Group aims to address National Standards (NSQHS) and support hospital leaders in the continuous risk management improvements to patient safety and reduce variation. Members of the Patient Safety Improvement Group meet annually to share ideas and innovations that focus on improving the safety and quality of care within their health services. At the meeting members will share experiences and information on implementing innovative and effective practices and review results from the redesigned Patient Safety report that is provided yearly.

The benchmarking report for this group gives member hospitals a benchmarked snapshot in relation to:
  • Mortality
  • Unplanned Readmissions
  • Hospital Acquired Complications
  • Surgical Safety Indicators
The goals of the group are to:
  • Improve patient safety across Australia and New Zealand
  • Reduce hospital acquired complications 
  • Identify “exemplar performers” across the patient safety space
  • Share innovations in practices with an aim to improve patient experience and outcomes

The 2020 meeting theme will be confirmed in Early 2020 workshop Dates 14th and 15th October in Brisbane. 

If you are interested in joining this group, have suggestions for improving the reports, or need any information please contact or download the brochure.


What do you need to do?
  • Designate an executive sponsor as the key liaison for your health service to lead your patient safety work with The Health Roundtable.
  • Review definitions and updated reports for questions, comments, or issues.
  • Report progress on current Aim Statements and improvement plans.
  • Organise a multi-disciplinary team to attend the annual workshop—up to four people.
  • Identify an improvement objective for implementation based on innovative ideas learnt at the workshop, and track progress.
What does The Health Roundtable do?
  • Work with key patient safety contacts to organise the annual meeting including designing and reporting back the results from a member survey.
  • Invite expert speakers who share innovative ideas on the key topic for the workshop.
  • Facilitate the annual meeting, and provide a summary report based on the discussions.
  • Produce reports extracting data from the inpatient episode collection, highlighting trends and differences in performance.
  • Provide phone and webcast support to all members to assist with data interpretation.

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