Clinical management structure
GenesisCare’s clinical management structures are designed to protect and promote the clinical independence of the group’s medical practitioners and to maintain maximum engagement of local doctors and managers in the day-to-day decision-making at each of our centers around the world.
Clinical Management Structure (CMC)
Each GenesisCare center forming part of the broader group is empowered to administer local clinical matters via their own local Clinical Management Committee (CMC). doctors from the center nominate a subset of their doctor group to sit on the CMC including one doctor who acts as the CMC Chairman. These nominated doctors assume responsibility to manage ‘clinical matters’ for the centers.
Clinical Leaders Forums (CLF)
Representatives from each local CMC meet regularly as part of a national specialty-based Clinical Leaders Forum (CLF). There are currently two CLF’s – one for CancerCare and one for HeartCare. The role of the CLF includes approving network clinical standards,
knowledge sharing, clinical governance and research and development. Our aim is to constituted to provide strong clinical and professional direction in cardiology and radiation oncology through a cohesive and innovative network committed to achieving clinical excellence.
The responsibilities of the CLF’s broadly include:
- Network and sub-specialist collaboration
- Clinical quality and safety
- Service development
- Special advisory functions (e.g. professional and ethical advice).