Jelica Ltd 

When Quality Care Counts

     Quality and risk management

Risk management is a systematic process of identifying, assessing, controlling and prioritising risks. A register which identifies these risks with appropriate controls will help you to minimise the impact on your service. Ensure you focus on the risks that have the potential to cause harm and put controls in place to prevent them from occurring. Have contingencies in place to manage emergencies and business interruptions. This can be achieved by using the Continuous Quality Improvement Process.

Don't Let Inefficient Information Undermine Your Success

You have a vision for your company's growth. Are you keeping up with that vision? To stay competitive it's crucial to plan and enhance your business. My company is based on the belief that the customers' needs are of the utmost importance. I am committed to meeting those needs. As a result, a high percentage of business is from repeat customers and referrals. I would welcome the opportunity to earn your trust and deliver you the best service in the sector. Skyrocketing costs and increased expectations demands using the dollars more effective. Responding to this unprecedented change and achieving high performance means using knowledge in new ways to help you deliver more effective, efficient and affordable care. Taking advantage of new technologies and using innovative care delivery models, healthcare providers can use knowledge in new ways to deliver more effective, efficient and affordable healthcare.

I can draw on over 35 years experience in aged care to provide a range of services, including consultancy and training.

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