Members of the board continue to dedicate their time to lead HFQ in delivering programs and services to those with coagulation disorders in Queensland and an important part of this process is following the legal requirements for transparent reporting on the activites of the organisation. You can access our Annual Report under publications and our current consititution can be downloaded here. We also participate in Australian NGO complaince through the Australaian National Charities and Not-for-proffits Commission and we submit all opur annual reports and current baord members to them in line with the Australian legislation.
At HFQ we believe that having a strategic vision and plan is needed to drive the work we do. The HFQ board has representation from all community demographics as well as professional experience in legal, medical and finance and board members have contibuted to the broader plan which we have shown above in the infographic.
HFQ’s priority is its members – people & families with coagulation disorders. HFQ is here for you in Representation, Education, Health Promotion and Support. Together, as members of the community we all make a difference to our collective lives and health outcomes. The Queensland Government also recognises HFQ’s outcomes and continues to provide funding for the current three year term and we acknowledge and thank them. Engaging the community in their own health outcomes is a key part of maintaining not only health but value for money – it’s the right formula.
We believe partnerships in health outcomes are the most effective way to achieve common goals. HFQ does this with a more formal partnership with the ‘Queensland Haemophilia Treatment Centre’, HFA and other organisations where commonalities exists – this provides a wider focus on the broader issues affecting all those with coagulation disorders as well as targeting specific community and individual needs with Qld Health principles in mind.