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Quality Assurance Activity

A Quality Assurance Committee (QAC) is a committee of suitably qualified and experienced people that has been established for the purpose of improving the safety and quality of health services.

One of the functions of the Partnership must include providing clinicians with data, systems and tools to enable the collection of clinical data relevant to the evaluation, management monitoring or planning of cancer services, clinician participation in safety and quality activities and the delivery of quality cancer care. Click here to view the Terms of Reference.

Example of data requests

  1. Outcomes for patients receiving surgery for gastric cancer across Queensland
  2. How many of my patients were reviewed at an MDT


Legislation allows the release of disaggregated data for quality assurance activities in accordance with the QLD Cancer Control Safety and Quality Partnership Quality Assurance Committee Terms of Reference.

The Qld Cancer Control Safety and Quality Partnership operate under Part 6, Division 1 of the Hospital and Health Boards Act 2011 (Gazetted 10 December 2004)

Who can get access

Member of quality assurance committee or assigned relevant person of committee, Member of Multi-disiplinary team or QLD health employee

How to get access

If your data request is for the purpose of evaluating, managing, monitoring, clinical auditing or planning health services data may be made available to you. To confirm that your project is feasible to utilise QOR data for your quality assurance activity. Contact us.

Last updated: Nov 11, 2013
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