Changing the narrative around governance – empowering staff to make the right decisions
In this episode, Simon Geoghan, Head of Clinical Data Reporting and Governance Systems for Circle Health Group, talks with our Chief of Partnerships, Rhian Bulmer, discussing the shift in narrative to foster genuine learning opportunities.
With over 50 hospitals covering the length and breadth of the UK and over 8,500 staff, Circle Health Group are changing the narrative around governance.
Governance systems are where incidents go, and risks live so they can have a negative connotation. BUT they also tell healthcare organisations what is going right…Simon Geoghan, Head of Clinical Data Reporting and Governance Systems for Circle Health Group talks to Radar Healthcare’s Chief of Partnerships, Rhian Bulmer about changing the narrative so true learning can happen.
Simon discusses data – what are they collecting and they key question…why? If you’re not going to use it, that’s seconds a front-line staff member could save and consider what with multiple incidents, staff members and hospitals, it soon adds up. But by collecting the right data, they can make a different to patient safety and put lessons learnt into practice.
With the Patient Safety Incident Response Framework (PSIRF) coming into effect and being called the biggest change in a decade when it comes to patient safety, this is a must-listen episode to how an organisation such as Circle Health Group have been able to introduce this alongside their new governance process system.
Change nowadays is constant…it’s how you make it happen for the better that’s important!
Watch the podcast interview with Simon and Rhian
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