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Quality Standards E-Tool

To provide the best care for patients, and identify where improvements can be made, it is important to be able to measure the quality of clinical services provided. Using the RCOphth’s Quality and Safety Group’s set of self-assessment tools for clinical services, we have launched a simple electronic tool (E-tool) to help ophthalmic units assess

Quality and Safety

Healthcare quality and safety must be paramount in all ophthalmic services and at the centre of ophthalmic clinical professional practice. Clinical governance is the system or process by which quality and safety are delivered and continuously improved. High quality care essentially describes care which achieves good outcomes for patients through the provision of evidence based