General Practice accreditation to benefit from collaborative approach

General Practice accreditation to benefit from collaborative approach

The Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care (ACSQHC) and the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) are seeking feedback on the current general practice accreditation scheme.

The purpose of the consultation is to identify:
  • barriers and enablers associated with participation in accreditation processes
  • areas of duplication between multiple accreditation processes for general practice
  • variations and gaps in the application of accreditation assessment processes
  • attitudes toward collection of accreditation data by organisation involved in the coordination of the accreditation system
  • opportunities for improving the current accreditation scheme for general practice
  • opportunities to further develop safety and quality processes and outcomes within general practice.

The information gathered will be used to assist the ACSQHC and the RACGP to review the current accreditation scheme.

How can you contribute?
To ensure the scheme meets the needs of the general practice sector, comments and feedback are being sought through a public consultation process.
You can contribute to this process via:

For more information please contact Ms Gabrielle Pilgrim, Project Officer, Accreditation Program on 9126 3523 or via email: gabrielle.pilgrim@safetyandquality.gov.au.

General Practice accreditation to benefit from collaborative approach