Dr Tina Janamian
Group Chief Executive
PhD, MBA, MMedSc, GCELead, GAICD, BSc, C.Decs
Group Chief Executive: Australian General Practice Accreditation Ltd (AGPAL) Group of Companies including Quality Innovation Performance Limited (QIP), Quality Innovation Performance Consulting Pty Ltd (QIP Consulting), and Quality Innovation Performance International Pty Ltd (QIP International).
The AGPAL Group of Companies is supported by a team dedicated to delivering quality improvement to health and community services through accreditation and certification solutions.
Dr Tina Janamian was appointed in 2023 to lead the AGPAL Group of companies. Dr Janamian reports to both the AGPAL and QIP Boards, being responsible for the day-to-day management and oversight of the Group. Dr Janamian is also an adjunct Associate Professor at the University of Queensland.
Dr Janamian has over 15 years senior leadership experience and a diverse background across academia, health care transformation, workforce development and health services research. Dr Janamian is a member on the ISQua Accreditation Council, a Director on several not-for-profit Boards, a member of two International Editorial Boards, and a reviewer for numerous reputable medical journals. She also chairs a range of sub-committees as a non-executive director.
Dr Janamian is a passionate leader driven to support Australia’s primary health care reform. She is committed to improving integrated health care service delivery through patient and care provider feedback, continuous quality improvement, systems redesign and innovative models of person-centred care to achieve the Quadruple Aim.
Complementing Dr Janamian’s career achievements are her academic endeavours - she holds a Doctor of Philosophy (Public Health), Master of Business Administration (MBA), Graduate Diploma in Executive Leadership (GCELead), Master of Medical Science (MMedSc, Research Masters), Bachelor of Science, and is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (GAICD).
Dr Janamian is married with two children and enjoys entertaining family, walking and music.
Riley O’Hanlon has extensive experience in the comprehension, application and compliance of a number of healthcare standards and their associated guidelines. Riley spent time serving as the AGPAL Client Liaison Officer for New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory, which allowed her to build knowledge on a vast array of accreditation related topics such as clinical governance, infection control, human resource management, safety and quality, risk management and cold chain management.
In her position as National Manager of QIP Consulting, Riley has gained extensive experience in development of standards, associated resources and templates, bespoke document creation and review, and she performs gap assessments for organisations across Australia. Standards review and development is one of Riley’s passions, and she has been involved in, or has led, the development of several standards packages and pilot studies for organisations to develop internal quality frameworks for corporate organisations, as well as publicly available national standards frameworks.
Riley has spent most of her career in the medical industry, and has prior expertise in pathology and disease research. Mental health, multiculturalism, domestic violence and suicide prevention are personal topics of focus.
Riley’s approach is supportive, patient and collaborative, and she has a firm focus on tailoring her services to the needs of the client in order to encourage lasting and continuous quality improvement.
Ryanne spent several years serving as the Senior Coordinator to the AGPAL Operations team with the AGPAL Group of Companies. After a brief hiatus, Ryanne has re-joined the Group of Companies and brings the wealth of knowledge she collected during her time at AGPAL to the QIP Consulting team. Ryanne’s interests lie in patient safety, continuous quality improvement and the development and implementation of efficient, streamlined systems and processes.
Ryanne has extensive experience in the development of standards frameworks, internal quality management frameworks and operational documents for organisations throughout the health and community services sector.
Standards of interest for Ryanne include the National Safety and Quality Digital Mental Health Standards, the RACGP Standards for General Practices and the National Standards for Mental Health Services. Ryanne performs gap assessments across Australia and has a passion for innovative approaches to quality assurance.
Ryanne coordinates QIP Consulting’s audit, mentoring, education and supervision services for practitioners across Australia who have conditions imposed on their registration. She has a supportive and non-judgemental approach to all projects, and aims to get the best outcome for every client she works alongside.
Ryanne is passionate about building strong client relationships and driving quality.