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Welcome to the web site of the Quality Improvement Council (QIC), a non-profit independent Australasian accreditation body for over 20 years.
Our Purpose is:
'' To promote continuous quality improvement in health and community services through the provision of standards, accreditation programs and developmental resources for the benefit of health services users, staff and the wider community.' (2008-13 Strategic Plan)
Click here to learn more about QIC's strategic vision, values and goals.
QIC merger announcement
In 2012 the International Society for Quality Health Care (ISQua) accredited QIC, recognising that QIC has met its eight Organisation and Program standards. The award followed an extensive self assessment and the visit of an international survey team who assessed QIC and its licensed providers: IHCA, QICSA, QMS and Te Wana.
QIC Chair Prof Susan Dann said that the award recognises QIC's world standing as an accreditor of health and community services."QIC not only provides accreditation services of the highest quality, it also works hard with its partners to continuously improve that quality", Dr Dann said. The organisational award follows accreditation of QIC's standards in 2010. It is the second time ISQua has accredited QIC and its program. ISQua accreditation is for four years.
Complaints and Appeals
To find out about QIC's Complaints and Appeals processes, click here.
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