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Maternal and Child Health Service Program Standards. 30 October 2009. ADVISORY. Overview. Project methodology The Maternal and Child Health Service Program Standards Implementation. Project methodology. Desktop review and preliminary consultations. Review of evidence

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Maternal and Child Health ServiceProgram Standards

30 October 2009

ADVISORY


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Overview

  • Project methodology

  • The Maternal and Child Health Service Program Standards

  • Implementation


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Project methodology


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Desktop review and preliminary consultations

  • Review of evidence

    • Maternal and Child Health

    • Program Standards

  • Review of relevant policies, documents and information

  • Review of other Standards and Policies:

    • Other states

    • International

    • Similar programs in Victoria

  • Preliminary consultations with key personnel


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State wide consultations

  • Consultations undertaken with nine regions

    • Four metropolitan regions

    • Five regional/rural regions

    • Incorporating MCH nurses, team leaders, coordinators and other workers from the local authority related to Maternal and Child Health.


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Other consultations

  • Four Key Ages and Stages pilot sites

  • Consultations with mothers who have accessed the Maternal and Child Health Service

  • MCH Line

  • Review by MAV and Family Children’s Services Managers

  • Review by DEECD legal department


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Objective of the Program Standards

  • Provides an evidence based framework for the consistent, safe and quality delivery of the Maternal and Child Health Service


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Purpose and use of Program Standards

  • Guide and support delivery of the Maternal and Child Health Service

    • Universal Maternal and Child Health Service

    • Enhanced Maternal and Child Health Service

    • Maternal and Child Health Line

  • Applicable to the Maternal and Child Health workforce and support structures for service provision, including the governing authority

  • Feeds into existing structures and quality processes in place


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    Structure of the Program Standards

    • Statement of rationale– outlines why the standard has been included

    • Criteria– each criterion contains a number of elements outlining how the Service demonstrates compliance with, and performance relevant to the standard

    • Performance criteria – strategies, procedures and processes that need to be in place to meet the criteria; and

    • Examples of evidence– examples of how the criteria may be met.


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    Maternal and Child Health ServiceProgram Standards

    • The Maternal and Child Health Service:

    • 1. provides universal access to its services for Victorian children from birth to school age, their mothers and families.

    • 2.promotes optimal health and development outcomes for children from birth to school age through a focus on the child, mother and family.

    • 3.builds partnerships with families and communities and collaborates and integrates with other services and organisations.

    • 4.is delivered by a competent and professional workforce.

    • 5.supported by local government or the governing authority, provides a responsive and accountable service for the child, mother and family through effective governance and management.

    • 6.delivers a quality and safe service.


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    Standard One: Universal access

    • The Maternal and Child Health Service provides universal access to its services for Victorian children from birth to school age, their mothers and families.

    • Criteria

    • Universal access and participation

    • Responsive service delivery

    • Culturally competent service delivery


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    Standard Two: Optimal health and development

    • The Maternal and Child Health Servicepromotes optimal health and development outcomes for children from birth to school age through a focus on the child, mother and family.

    • Criteria

    • Health and wellbeing of the child

    • Health and wellbeing of the mother

    • Role of the father

    • Role of the family

    • Service delivery based on evidence


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    Standard Three: Partnerships and collaboration

    • The Maternal and Child Health Service builds partnerships with families and communities and collaborates and integrates with other services and organisations.

    • Criteria

    • Working with the mother and family

    • Working with other organisations

    • Working with the community


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    Standard Four: Competent and professional workforce

    • The Maternal and Child Health Service is delivered by a competent and professional workforce.

    • Criteria

    • Workforce

    • Human resource management and planning

    • Performance development and continuing education


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    Standard Five: Responsive and accountable service delivery

    • The Maternal and Child Health Service, supported by the local government or governing authority, provides a responsive and accountable service for the child, mother and family through effective governance and management.

    • Criteria

    • Leadership and direction

    • Accountability

    • Information systems


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    Standard Six: Quality and safety

    • The Maternal and Child Health Service delivers a quality and safe service.

    • Criteria

    • Improving performance

    • Safe and accessible environment for the child, mother and family

    • Safe practice and environment for the Maternal and Child Health Workforce

    • Provision of support for service delivery


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    Next steps

    • Implementation of Program Standards

    • Supporting resource document

    • Statewide implementation workshops

    • Implementation plan


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    Nicki Doyle

    KPMG

    Health and Human Services Practice

    03 9838 4112

    0403 422 439

    [email protected]


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