Presentations from 'Why is it so hard to be open? The pitfalls and promise of transparency in health care'

13 Mar 2020 | Health Quality & Safety Commission

Presentations from the Health Quality & Safety Commission's event 'Why is it so hard to be open? The pitfalls and promise of transparency in health care'.



Professor Ron Paterson

Professor of law, University of Auckland

Lifting the veil of secrecy in the heath sector: the New Zealand experience (3.45MB, pdf)

Catherine Marshall

Independent health and guideline adviser, and consumer advocate

Transparency: in everyone’s interest (2.97MB, pdf)

Professor Matire Harwood (Ngāpuhi)

General practitioner, Papakura Marae; Associate professor, University of Auckland

Ki te wheiao, ki te ao mārama; the tensions to becoming enlightened. A kaupapa Māori perspective on transparency (1.2MB, pdf)

Dr Diane Watson

Chief executive officer, Bureau of Health Information, New South Wales, Australia

Enhancing transparency in Australia: lessons after a decade of progress (2.52MB, pdf)

Dr Stephen Duckett

Director, Health Programme, GRATTAN Institute, Victoria, Australia

Transparency: who should report what, when, to whom, and why? (1.21MB, pdf)

Associate Professor Gerry Devlin

Medical director, Heart Foundation

Public reporting of outcomes in New Zealand cardiology and the All New Zealand Acute Coronary Syndrome Quality Improvement registry (ANZACS-QI) (1.9MB, pdf)

Mr Andrew Connolly

Specialist colorectal surgeon, Counties Manukau Health

Achieving transparency: bright lights or blunt instruments? A multi-disciplinary approach to ensuring clinician competence (169KB, pdf)

Dr Eva Fong

Specialist urologist, Waitematā DHB and OneSixOne Medical Group

Surgical mesh - what happened, and where to from here? (3.51MB, pdf)

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