Clinical Indicator Program

The world’s longest running data repository, analysis, and reporting service available to international healthcare organisations to support quality improvement initiatives.
The purpose of The ACHS Clinical Indicator Program (CIP) is to provide healthcare organisations with international benchmarking of their clinical performance in order to flag processes, systems, and outcomes that may require improvement.

Each of our clinical indicators is also mapped to the criteria within our EQuIP standards. This makes it easier for our members to utilise the CIP to support assessment and evaluation, to achieve one of the ACHS International available quality programs.

About CIP

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Established in 1989


More than 650 participating HCOs


Reported about 27,000 individual clinical indicators last year


Endorsed and developed by over 40 Australasian healthcare colleges, societies, and associations


More than 330 Clinical Indicators


Across 22 specialty medical disciplines

I believe voluntary and cautious use of clinical indicators can help drive continuous healthcare improvement. Their wise use of statistics in the clinical indicator program has helped set up a global platform for healthy comparisons of different healthcare data with peers. I support ACHSI Clinical Indicator Program!

Union Hospital, Hong Kong

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