Safety and Reliability Partners are an exclusive group of healthcare organisations committed to a quantum leap in their delivery of safer and reliable healthcare.
The Safety and Reliability Improvement Programme addresses the influence and impact of organisational climate, leadership commitment, reliability science and high-performance work practices on quality and safety outcomes in healthcare. The programme is designed to meet healthcare organisation’s needs by recognising existing effective systems and programmes, building an improvement culture and the capability to understand, value and deliver safe and reliable care.
Cognitive Institute’s Safety and Reliability Partners are an exclusive group of international healthcare providers implementing the Safety and Reliability Improvement Programme in their organisations. Partners include Singapore’s Khoo Teck Puat Hospital and KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital, as well as UK based Great Ormond Street Hospital. Australian organisations include Sydney Adventist Hospital, Melbourne Health, Metro South Health Service – Logan Bayside Health Network, Children’s Health Queensland and Darling Downs Hospital and Health Service.