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Quality Framework Responsible Care - BioMed Central

Quality Framework Responsible Care - BioMed Central

Preface Below you will

Preface Below you will find the integrated Quality Framework Responsible Care 2007 for the sector Nursing, Care and Home Care (long-term and/or complex care). This framework describes exactly all indicators related to care and clients for responsible care as well as a control model which describes how the indicators are used in practice. The Quality Framework Responsible Care 2007 is based on the Testing Framework Responsible Care. The name has been changed into Quality Framework Responsible Care to express the fact that we have improved quality here and also to promote a single language within the care sector: also the disabled sector makes use of a Quality Framework. During a pilot project amongst 120 organisations there was a try-out of the Testing Framework 2006. This process has led to the fine-tuning of the indicators. The set of instruments used in order to determine the quality of care is now ready to be implemented; as from May 2007 the Quality Framework Responsible Care has been deployed throughout the sector. The strength of the Quality Framework is the intensive commitment of all parties involved in the sector. By means of the Quality framework information is collected for various purposes: internal control information for the management, professionals and clients’ council, external accountability information for IGZ and Care Office as well as choice information for consumers. The single language in the care sector contributes to uniformity and streamlining information and it prevents superfluous doubling of information flows. The Quality Framework has been established by the Steering Committee Responsible Care which consists of the clients’ organization LOC, the professional organizations NVVA, V&VN and Sting, organization of care entrepreneurs ActiZ, IGZ, Dutch Care Insurers and VWS. The Steering Committee is chaired by the Health Inspectorate and is supported by Plexus Medical Group and the Bureau Transparency of Quality in the entire care sector. (ZbTk). Chair person Steering Committee Responsible Care, Drs. J.A.H. van Veen Chief Inspector nursing and chronic care Health Inspectorate 3 Quality Framework Responsible Care - Nursing, Care and Home Care

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