Standard of Care

Standards of care are directives that address service provider education and roles, organizational structure and behavior, hospital system requirements and other issues related to provision and organization of care. A standard is a document that is auditable and is required to be followed. Implementation of this strategy and process will assure a more uniform level of care is provided to all Nova Scotians. Standards of care provide justification for allocation of resources. Moreover, through this process, services can be coordinated and streamlined, building in efficiency and reducing redundancy.

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