Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2018 Week 10 Hansard (Tuesday, 18 September 2018) . . Page.. 3638 ..
c) management of patient flow, including, but not limited to, wait lists, booking services, and capacity constraints;
d) management of patient birthing preferences, including, but not limited to, professional advice offered to patients, and the practices associated with birthing emergencies;
e) interaction between the Centenary Hospital for Women and Children and Calvary Public Hospital with other service areas, including, but not limited to, emergency departments, and operating theatres;
f) the efficiency and efficacy of maternity services;
g) the impact on maternity services on regional participants;
h) patient satisfaction with the services;
i) the impact on staff including, but not limited to, rostering policies and practices, staff-to-patient ratios, optimum staffing levels, and skills mix;
j) the impact of technological advances and innovations;
k) relevant experiences and learnings from other jurisdictions; and
l) any related matters.
The committee will today call for public submissions.
Public Accounts—Standing Committee
Statement by chair
MRS DUNNE (Ginninderra) (10.11): Pursuant to standing order 246A, I wish to make a statement on behalf of the Standing Committee on Public Accounts. I rise today to advise the Assembly of Auditor-General’s reports on which the Standing Committee on Public Accounts has been briefed and to advise the Assembly of those into which the committee has agreed to inquire further.
The committee was briefed on the following Auditor-General’s reports on 18 July 2018 at meeting No 59:
No 5/2018—ACT clubs’ community contributions.
No 6/2018—Physical Security.
No 7/2018—Five ACT public schools’ engagement with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students, families and community.
No 8/2018—Assembly of rural land west of Canberra.
At its private meeting on 25 July 2018, meeting No 62, the committee agreed that it would inquire further into Auditor-General’s report No 5 of 2018, ACT clubs’ community contributions; refer Auditor-General’s report No 7 of 2018, Five ACT public schools’ engagement with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students, families and community, to the Standing Committee on Education, Employment and