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Quality

Accreditation

Leaders of quality assurance programs must be able to generate interest and commitment without burdening clinical and administrative staff with an activity they neither understand nor believe in.

Hospital accreditation has been defined as “A self-assessment and external peer assessment process used by health care organizations to accurately assess their level of performance in relation to established standards and to implement ways to continuously improve.” Hospital quality assurance systems are operational control systems intended to fulfill specific expectations for treating patients.

A comprehensive definition of quality health care would be, “The optimal achievable result for each patient, the avoidance of physician-induced (iatrogenic) complications, and attention to patient and family needs in a manner that is both cost effective and reasonably documented.

ISO 9001:2008

Increase in cross border trade in services, supported by exponential growth of e-commerce and eprocurement WTO General Agreement on Trade in Services and multiplication of free trade agreements Global supply chains Deregulation of public services, particularly for networked services Globalization of environmental, health, safety and security issues

Recognized experience in international onsensus building Brand name, ethics and wide recognition Diversified scope, broad range of deliverables and cross-sector consistency Strong national membership base, ensuring adequate stakeholder involvement and consensus, dissemination of deliverables and market feedback for their maintenance and development

External Quality Assurance of lab

B10 RADS America->2014-15
ERBA Transasia->2016-16
CMC vellore-> 2016-Till Date
AIIMS(for Hematology) _->2015-Till Date

RADIOLOGY

→Approval by AERB for
        ⇒X-ray
        ⇒OPG
→PND7 Approval for Ultrasound
        

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