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2016 Report Summary: Health Services Commissioner receives record number of complaints
The Office of the Health Services Commissioner received a record 4,407 new complaints over the last reporting year, which is a 28% increase on the previous year and 41% greater than two years ago. Learn more in the annual reports section.
Submission to the inquiry into services for people with autism spectrum disorder
The OHSC recently provided a submission to the Family and Community Development Parliament Committee’s inquiry into services for people with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). As an entity established to receive and resolve complaints from health service consumers in Victoria, we have a keen interest in identifying issues relating to the health system’s provision of adequate access, information and support to people with ASD and their families. Read our public submission here.
Free Seminar: Health Privacy -An introduction to the Health Records Act 2001 (Vic)
This free introductory seminar is targeted at staff of agencies and health services which collects, discloses or holds health information in Victoria. It will provide an overview of Victorian
Dates: Wednesday 19 October 2016
Time: 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Location: Office of the Health Services Commissioner
Registrations are essential. Please fax your registration form to 03 9032 3111 or email the form to firstname.lastname@example.org at least 2 weeks prior to your chosen seminar date.
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Last updated: 12 October, 2016
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