Role of CCGs in Mortality Governance
Date: 24 November 2017
Time: 09:00 to 13:30
AQuA Office | Crossgate House, Sale
This session will give CCG staff a chance to explore their role in understanding mortality data and the data challenges that CCG’s can face. You will also consider the system implications of the learning from deaths policy and think about how you can support providers to embed this reliably. Finally, you will uncover your role in setting behaviours on family engagement, investigations and learning, as well as system wide review.
Who is this event aimed at?
CCG staff who are working with providers on their mortality data and learning from deaths implementation, as well as those with responsibility for family engagement, investigations and system wide review.
What will attendees learn at this event?
- Role of CCGs in understanding Mortality data, using Mazars analysis of MH death data and exploration of data challenges for CCGs
- Role of CCGs in supporting Trusts embedding Learning from Deaths policies – exploring the implications for the system
- Role of CCGs in setting the right behaviours on e.g. family engagement, system wide review and high quality Investigation and learning
This workshop will be a half day session specifically aimed at CCG members. The session will be delivered by Mary-Ann Bruce and there will be opportunities for questions and comments.
Lunch will be provided at the end of the session
- Theme:Delivering High Quality Care