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12 Oct 2021

Cost recovery has now been implemented for all data requests received from academic and clinical researchers, to ensure the sustainabil

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  • Data, coding and classification
11 Oct 2021

Children and adolescents with a post-COVID-19 systemic hyperinflammatory syndrome have been reported in Victoria and NSW in association with the current Delta variant.

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  • Clinical/acute care
  • Incident response/review
06 Oct 2021

VAHI reporting is aiding new programs to improve the quality, safety and experience of mothers and their families, marking this year’s

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  • Quality/safety improvement
01 Sep 2021

A new Sentinel Events Portal will make it much easier for Vict

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  • Incident response/review
05 Aug 2021

Preliminary data shows that tracked health outcomes for pregnant women and new babies were not significantly impacted by the pandemic and related changes in service delivery. 

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  • Maternity and newborn
12 Jul 2021

This medication safety alert has been issued to provide information on potential safety issues.

Health services and clinicians should undertake a risk assessment to determine the impact and relevance of this information and the response required.

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  • Incident response/review
07 Jul 2021

On 1 July 2021, Victoria implemented the national funding model as a basis to determine hospita

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  • Data, coding and classification
07 Jul 2021

The demand for linked data has never been higher. The experience of responding to COVID-19 in Victoria has demonstrated the value of linked to data to provide insights beyond those available via single datasets alone.

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  • Data, coding and classification
02 Jul 2021
The Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) has issued a product defect correction for certain Philips Electronics CPAP, Bi-Level PAP devices and ventilator devices... Read more...
  • Incident response/review
30 Jun 2021

Safer Care Victoria is looking for women who have experienced a third- or fourth-degree perineal tear to help us improve birthing outcomes for Victorians.

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  • Clinical/acute care
  • Maternity and newborn