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The Cataract Clinical Care Standard from the Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care is made up of eight quality statements and a set of indicators for safe and appropriate care.

  • For consumers, the standard describes the care you should be offered if you have cataract and when you are considering surgery.
  • For clinicians, the standard provides guidance on the eight evidence-based quality statements from the clinical care standard.
  • For health service organisations, the standard describes key components of care that health services can use to guide practice and monitor improvements in care.

Access the Cataract Clinical Care Standard at this link.