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Concept of accreditation, its characteristics, need, the driving factors and types; accreditation boards for hospitals and higher education institutions; grading system for NAAC

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  1. 1. Nirmala Roberts India
  2. 2. Accreditation To accredit – To officially recognize or approve as having met certain standards The act of granting credit or recognition, to institutions that maintain suitable standards. Accredited institutions are responsible for continuous development and maintenance of their standards and quality of performance.
  3. 3. Characteristics of Accreditation A tool for continuous quality improvement of structures, processes and outcomes - in education and client care A voluntary process A self assessment An external peer assessment Has analytical, counselling and self improvement dimensions An official recognition
  4. 4. Why Accreditation? Recognition of – Credits by other institutions – regionally, nationally and internationally Degrees Stimulate institutional self improvement. Ensure best practices for client satisfaction Maintain minimum standards (Quality Index) for Health Consumers/ seekers of nursing education Maintain adequate admissions.
  5. 5. Types of Accreditation Regional State National International Programmatic
  6. 6. Accreditation is done by Inspection Periodic Inspection Re Inspection Enhancement Inspection
  7. 7. Accreditation is voluntary Then why go for it?
  8. 8. Driving Factors for Accreditation of Hospitals Consumer Protection Act Clinical Establishment Act Insurance Companies regulation Empanelment by CGHS, ECHS, Corporate etc. Community Awareness & Response Medical Tourism
  9. 9. Accreditation Boards For Hospitals & Healthcare Providers NABH (National Accreditation Board for Hospitals & Healthcare Providers) JCI ( Joint Commission International) For Higher Educational Institutions (HEIs) NAAC (National Assessment and Accreditation Council) AICTE (All India Council of technical Education) DEB (Distance Education Bureau) Professional councils
  10. 10. Accreditation for Hospitals & Healthcare Providers NABH - National Accreditation Board for Hospitals & Healthcare Providers Started in year 2005 A constituent board of Quality Council of India (QCI) Supported by all stakeholders including industry, consumers, government
  11. 11. Structure of Quality Council of India QCI
  12. 12. NABH Standards for Hospitals PATIENT CENTRIC Access, Assessment & Continuity of Care (AAC) Hospital Infection Control (HIC) Management of Medications (MOM) Patients Rights & Education (PRE) Care of Patients (COP)
  13. 13. Some NABH Accredited Hospitals in Kerala Meitra Hospital Calicut MIMS Hospital Calicut Baby Memorial Hospital, Calicut PVS Hospital Calicut Nirmala Hospital Calicut Amala Ayurvedic Hospital and Research Centre Thrissur Lakeshore Hospital & Research Centre Kochi Caritas Hospital Kottayam Kerala Institute of Medical Science, Thiruvananthapuram
  14. 14. Accreditation for Higher Educational Institutions (HEIs) NAAC (National Assessment and Accreditation Council)
  15. 15. Higher Educational Institutions (HEIs) Universities and colleges Professional schools - law, theology, medicine, business, music, and art. Teacher-training schools, junior colleges, and institutes of technology
  16. 16. NAAC An apex Quality Assurance Agency of India Estd - 1994 under the Ministry of Education An autonomous institution of the UGC HQ – Bengaluru. Primary mission - Assessing and accrediting HEIs of the country An 'enabling organization', to achieve the desired quality consciousness among HEIs, through a 3- tier quality sustenance activity
  17. 17. 3-tier Quality Sustenance Activity • SLQACC - State level Qlty Assurance Coord Committee • SQAC - State Quality Assurance Cell • IQAC - Internal Quality Assurance Cell NAAC III Tier QA - HEI II Tier QA - State SLQACC  SQAC IQAC I Tier QA - National
  18. 18. Revised grading system of NAAC w.e.f July 2016 CGPA – Cumulative Grade Point Average
  19. 19. Name the agencies for evaluation of the Nursing institutions - mandatory & voluntary Voluntary evaluation is also called - ? What is the need for curriculum revision? What is accreditation? Characteristics of accreditation? What is the need for accreditation? Types of Accreditation?
  20. 20. How are inspections done in accreditation? Driving factors of accreditation? Accreditation board for hospitals/ HEIs? NABH comes under….? NABH standards for hospitals? NAAC comes under…? 3 tier system of quality sustenance activity? CGPA for obtaining accreditation should be above….?

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