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A transparent system of evaluation and accreditation

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Unformatted text preview: ation serves to benefit not only the healthcare organization but all stakeholders associated with it. The key to any real improvement lies in tackling the bottlenecks. Ratings/Gradings can help the organization in bringing to its focus its areas for improvement. Thus CRISIL can offer grading services as per 17 suggestions given in this paper viz. Performance and Financial Gradings for Hospitals, Designing Grading Systems for Accreditation Bodies and assessing quality parameters for Healthcare Organizations. References: BOOKS: Health Program Planning and Evaluation – L. Michele Issel Quality Management in Hospitals – SK Joshi WEBSITES: www.credall.org.in NGO Accreditation and Certification: The Way Forward? - International Centre for ‘Not-for-Profit’ Law. www.expresshealthcaremgmt.com The race for accreditation Widening horizons for NABH Small labs find NABL procedures tedious and expensive http://www.expresspharmaonline.com/20100415/logisticsspecial01.shtml www.indianhealthcare.in http://issuu.com/ehealth_magazine/docs/ehealth_april_2008_issue www.mohfw.nic.in/ http://www.nabl-india.org/ http://www.securities.com http://qcin.org/nabh/index.php REPORTS: ASSOCHAM-Yes Bank Report, 2009: ‘Healthcare Services in India 2012 – the Path Ahead’ Healthcare Outlook 2010, Technopak Analysis PwC- Pharma 2020 IBEF Healthcare Report, 2007 WHO World Health Report, 2008 and country reports McKinsey, CII Report, 2002- Healthcare in India- The Road ahead 18...
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