MoHaWK - the national online clinical benchmarking tool for occupational health units and services
MoHaWK (Management of Health at Work Knowledge) is the national web based benchmarking tool which supports local audit for occupational health services. It measures evidence based clinical practice and processes in order for services to identify if improvements are required. It also allows services to benchmark against their peers. Individual services can then use the data to drive successful improvement.
It is managed by a Clinical Steering Group, which brings together a range of skills and experience from across the Network and occupational health, and is responsible for introducing evidence based standards and agreeing the data that will be gathered within the system.
Clinical governance system like MoHaWK have earned a reputation in other specialities for driving successful improvement. Occupational health services need a systematic approach to maintaining and improving the quality of patient care.
MoHaWK is available to occupational health teams in all sectors. A charge of £475 plus VAT per annum provides access to 2 rounds of MoHaWK (July and February). These charges compare very favourably with other similar benchmarking tools that are used by other medical specialities.
NHS Health at Work Network members have access to MoHaWK as a benefit of their Network membership.
- What is MOHAWK?
- How does MoHaWK work?
- Getting started with MoHaWK
- MOHAWK clinical indicators/data collection indicators
- How to use your MoHaWK data
- Benefits of using MoHaWK
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