Health Services and Support Organisations are part of the NSW Public Sector and its governance and accountability framework. Boards must have effective governance and risk management processes in place to ensure compliance with this wider public sector framework.
- CEC Fraud and Corruption Control Framework
- Corporate Governance Attestation Statement 2019-20
- Risk Appetite Statement
The principal purpose of the Performance Agreement is to clearly set out the service and performance expectations for the funding and other support provided to the Clinical Excellence Commission, to ensure the provision of safe, high quality, patient-centred healthcare services.
The Agreement articulates clear direction, responsibility and accountability across the NSW Health system for the delivery of NSW Government and NSW Health priorities. Additionally, it specifies the service delivery and performance requirements expected of the CEC that will be monitored in line with the NSW Health Performance Framework.
Through execution of the Agreement, the Secretary agrees to provide the funding and other support to the CEC as outlined in this Performance Agreement.
Privacy Annual Reporting
The Clinical Excellence Commission is committed to ensuring the privacy and confidentiality of all personal information and personal health information it holds, in compliance with the requirements of the Privacy and Personal Information Protection (PPIP) Act 1998, the Health Records and Information Privacy (HRIP) Act 2002 and the NSW Health Privacy Manual for Health Information. It is a statutory requirement that public agencies publish details privacy matters as part of their annual reporting obligations.