Tuning is an important quality check in the music industry to ensure high performance and final product. Whether it’s a piano or guitar, violin or harp, instruments require tuning to find the right pitch and maintain quality. A musician wouldn’t think twice about tuning their instrument if it sounded out of tune; it would not only impact their music quality but the final product for their listener.
Think of Quality 4 Health + Wellbeing as your tuning fork.
The quality assurance process allows you to fine-tune your service delivery, helping you find the right pitch for your organisation and its outcomes. But like an out of tune piano, your Voluntary, Community or Social Enterprise (VCSE) organisation requires regular tuning to continuously improve and maintain standards. It is the same principle when an organisation achieves the Quality 4 Health + Wellbeing accreditation; the opportunity for quality improvement doesn’t stop after that gig has finished. Each accredited Quality 4 Health + Wellbeing organisation receives a Quality Improvement Plan from an external assessor. Your organisational ‘tuning’ manual so to speak.
After two years, Quality 4 Health + Wellbeing accredited organisations go through a reassessment to demonstrate their continual commitment to high quality service delivery; the quality assurance version of an encore!
Both quality assurance and musical tuning ensure high quality service delivery and output for the benefit of the end-user. We’d say that’s definitely worthy of a standing ovation!