Creating Effective Systems for Post-Disciplinary Oversight

  • 06 Apr 2100
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In a time of limited resources and expanding workloads, we are often tempted to think that the professional discipline process is complete once the final order or settlement agreement is signed. But providing effective oversight of practitioners after they have been disciplined is essential if professional regulation is to produce the desired result - improved licensee performance. How do we establish oversight systems that can provide us with meaningful information about licensee compliance and performance improvement? And how do we ensure that the information we get, whether from internal or external sources, is objective and reliable? This session will explore recent initiatives at both the federal and state levels in the United States and compare them with approaches taken in Australia in an effort to identify potentially useful guidance for promoting objectivity and effectiveness in post-disciplinary oversight mechanisms in all jurisdictions.


Jim Anliot, Director of Healthcare Compliance Services, Affiliated Monitors

Jim O'Dempsey, National Director, Compliance, Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency

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