NABH

NABH – National accreditation board for Hospitals and Healthcare provider is Constitute board of QCI quality Council of India set to establish and operate accreditation programme for heath organizations and hospitals.

  • NABH is an Institutional Member as well as a Board member of the International Society for Quality in Health Care (lSQua).
  • NABH is a member of the Accreditation Council of International Society for Quality in Health Care (ISQua).
  • NABH is on board of Asian Society for Quality in Healthcare (ASQua).

    Under NABH following Accreditation Program are going on:
  • Allopathic Clinics
  • AYUSH Hospitals (Ayurveda, Homeopathy, Siddha, Unani, Yoga naturopathy)
  • Blood Banks
  • Dental Facilities
  • Hospitals
  • Medical Imaging Services
  • Medical Laboratory Programme
  • OST Centre(Oral substitution therapy)
  • PHC/CHC Accreditation(primary health centers/community health centers)
  • Small Healthcare Organisations
  • Wellness Centre
    Benefits of NABH Accreditation:
    Following are the key benefits that organization can achieve with implementation of NABH accreditation system in any hospitals and healthcare units.
  • Patients are benefited with Accreditation most.
  • Accreditation results in high quality of care and patient safety. The patients get services by credential medical staff
  • Rights of patients are respected and protected
  • Patient satisfaction can be evaluated.
  • The staff are satisfied lot as it provides for continuous learning
  • Accreditation to a health care organisation stimulates continuous improvement.
  • It enables the organisation in demonstrating commitment to quality care.
  • It also provides opportunity to healthcare unit to benchmark with the best.
  • Accreditation provides access to reliable and certified information on facilities, infrastructure and level of care.
NABH Certification Consultancy:
MedRev Healthcare is involved in accreditation certification. We have expertise in the field of NABH accreditation certification consultancy.
  • Micro level survey of the existing system and make gap analysis for the hospital
  • Conduct awareness program (top + middle + bottom level).
  • Form a steering committee and task force for documentation
  • Identify and define process approach
  • Define accreditation policy and establish objectives
  • Prepare documents of Quality management system as well as patient care and hygiene control, infection control as well as handbooks.
  • Implementation & train all personnel in the use of procedures & formats.
  • Self-assessment of the system
  • Train internal auditors.
  • Assess the system through first internal audit.
  • Take corrective actions for non-conformities.
  • Carry out management review meeting
  • Apply for NABH accreditation.
  • Avail pre-certification audit of NABH.
  • Take actions on suggestions given by NABH auditors.
  • Final audit by NABH auditors.
  • Submit the corrective actions for the findings of NABH final audit of the assessors.
  • Get accredited by NAB
NABH Accreditation Requirements:
Following are the general and technical NABH accreditation requirements that any organization must follow while implementation of NABH system to achieve best results and quick NABH certification..
  • Access, Assessment and continuity of care (AAC)
  • Patient Right and Education (PRE).
  • Care of Patients (COP).
  • Management of Medication (MOM).
  • Hospital Infection Control (HIC).
  • Continuous Quality Improvement(CQI)
  • Responsibility of Management (ROM).
  • Facility Management and Safety (FMS).
  • Human Resource Management (HRM)
  • Information Management System (IMS).

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