Clinical Programs

A clinical program refers to the comprehensive operation of a clinical service that is provided directly to patients. This includes the implementation of the model of care, the accountability for the utilization of human and technical resources, and monitoring of processes, including quality outcomes and program evaluation.  Child Health BC, with its partners, facilitates the development and implementation of many clinical components of care for BC's children and is proud to launch its first provincial clinical program ? the CHBC Hip Surveillance Program for Children with Cerebral Palsy.