2 Nov 2012

This document outlines the Authority’s monitoring approach and includes some reference documents as appendices, including monitoring assessment sample documents such as the document and data required, the on-site agenda and the on-site observation tools.

17 Oct 2012

HIQA is seeking feedback on these draft Standards from interested groups, residents and their families and from the general public. The closing date for your feedback is 5pm Wednesday 21 November 2012.  Click here for further information.

5 Oct 2012

This updated report provides additional clarity on technical elements of key performance indicators. The Authority’s report outlines time-based pre-hospital emergency response time targets for patients with emergency conditions. The original document was published in January 2011.

26 Sep 2012

This Guidance is designed to complement the National Standards for Safer Better Healthcare. It aims to provide a common understanding on how the National Standards apply across all healthcare services and facilitates service providers in understanding and adopting them

13 Sep 2012

This guidance is aimed at helping healthcare professionals to improve how the health service handles patient information, and it provides practical examples on how to help prevent breaches from happening.

31 Jul 2012

The Authority has conducted an International Review of Information Security in Health and Social Care. The review examines England, Canada, New Zealand and Australia.

25 Jul 2012

These standards aim to follow a child’s journey within the HSE child protection system to ensure that the child’s safety and welfare is protected. More information.

28 Jun 2012

This Business Plan outlines the objectives to be met in 2012

26 Jun 2012

These standards are immensely important for patients, placing them at the heart of the care process. They are aimed at protecting patients and improving services, and will form the basis for future licensing of all healthcare facilities in Ireland.

14 Jun 2012

Newsletter for the family and friends of those living in residential care centres in Ireland

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